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• Sacramento State is one of the largest universities in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University recently completed an ambitious master plan (Destination 2010) that included 1.5 million square feet of new building space for additional housing and a recreation and wellness center. The initiative has resulted in new academic and student programs, partnerships with businesses, non-profit and public agencies, modernized classrooms and new facilities for students and faculty. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is available for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Quick Facts Founded........................................ 1947 Location...................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size............................300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio................ 20:1 Enrollment............................... 29,241 Men........................................ 12,084 Women................................... 17,157 Undergraduate........................ 24,388 Graduate.................................. 4,853 Total Faculty.................................. 1,338 Total Staff...................................... 1,350 Degree Programs Undergraduate............................... 60 Graduate....................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions.......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator................ 278-6011 Housing.............................. 278-6655 Internet Address..............www.csus.edu

• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in seven Colleges. The largest programs include teacher education, business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. Smaller class sizes and a focus on quality teaching promote faculty-student interaction. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 24 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University generates more than $1 billion in activity for the statewide economy each year. • Sacramento State graduates about 6,000 students each year. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Houston Texans’ quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, 11-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time rushing champion Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.

• The city of Sacramento (population 486,189) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings and the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s TripleA affiliate). • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.

Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond. Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to

improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ eight-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 19-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last four years where the Hornets have combined to win 26 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed three straight Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 347 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. This past year (2009-10), the program finished 132nd in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, the second highest ranked team in the Big Sky Conference. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse was the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote also led to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and open in September of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and recently completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling.

Over the last eight years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted over 2,200 term GPAs of 3.0 or above. At the conclusion of the 2010 spring semester, Hornet student-athletes combined for an overall GPA of 2.98, which is the highest mark since the program joined the Div. I ranks in 1991-92. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that have, and will continue to enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his eight years at Sacramento State, 25 teams and 145 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his eight years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughters Hadley and Leah, and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughters Elli and Scarlett.

The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Brandon Padilla

Heather Farwig

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis

Shannon Hall

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Brandon Padilla, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every studentathlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, #200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Joe Ramos

workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Shannon Hall are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Brian Davis Dir. Of Sports Medicine UC Davis Med Center 4860 Y Street, #1700 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-5292

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882

Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 9th Season

Reggie Christiansen Baseball 1st Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 2nd Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 4th Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 5th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 29th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 3rd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 6th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 22nd Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 8th Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 4th Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 19th Season

David Sutherland Golf 4th Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 3rd Season

Adam Craft Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning Strength/Conditioning

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Joe Gengler Technical Support

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Chris Soriano Marketing Assistant

Steve Tebbs Facilities/Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Joe Waltasti Assistant Media Relations Director

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

Angeliza Fontillas Green Army Coordinator

Lois Mattice Senior Woman Administrator

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Rose Welch Business Manager

Tina Westerhold Stinger Athletic Foundation

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales

2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS General Information

Name Sacramento State Location Sacramento, Calif. Founded 1947 Enrollment 29,241 Nickname Hornets Colors Green & Gold Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Big Sky Year in Conference 15th President Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Year at Sacramento State 8th Athletics Director Dr. Terry Wanless Year at Sacramento State 9th Faculty Athletic Rep. Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Phone (916) 278-6481 Ticket Office Phone (916) 278-2222

Basketball Information

Arena (Capacity) Hornets Nest (1,200) Press Row Phone (916) 278-7531 Head Coach Brian Katz Alma Mater, Year Sacramento State, '80 Record at SAC 11-48 (2 yrs.) Overall Record Same Junior College Record 435-185 (19 yrs.) Office Phone (916) 278-5345 Assistant Coach Brady Bergeson Alma Mater (Yr.) Chapman, '00 Office Phone (916) 278-5140 Assistant Coach Dominique Bukasa Alma Mater (Yr.) Sonoma State, '99 Office Phone (916) 278-6133 Assistant Coach Ajay Riding Alma Mater (Yr.) Fresno State, '07 Office Phone (916) 278-6780 Basketball Operations Travis Okamoto Basketball Operations Bryant Moore Team Manager John Burks Team Manager Mike Marcial

Miscellaneous 2 3 3 3 4

Media Information 2010-11 Roster 2010-11 Roster Breakdown Pronunciation Guide Season Outlook

Coaching Staff 8 10 11 12 12 13 13

The Players 14 16 18 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25

Team Information

2009-10 Overall Record 9-21 2009-10 Big Sky Record 3-13 (9th) Big Sky Postseason N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost 3/9 Starters Returning/Lost 2/3 Returning Redshirts 2 Newcomers 9

Brian Katz Brady Bergeson Dominique Bukasa Ajay Riding Support Staff Travis Okamoto Bryant Moore

Duro Bjegovic John Dickson Sultan Toles-Bey Walter Jackson Alpha N'Diaye Jackson Carbajal Kendell Groom Heath Hoffman Josh McCarver Zach Nelson Magd Owayed Antoine Proctor Pete Rakocevic Konner Veteto

Year In Review 30 31 32 32 33 33 34 39 39 39 40 40

Season Results Final Statistics Team Game-By-Game Team/Opponent Highs Individual Game-By-Game Individual Superlatives Season Box Scores Big Sky Standings Big Sky Statistics Big Sky Honors Big Sky Individual Stats Big Sky Players of the Week

Hornet History 42 44 46 48 50 51 52 53 54 54 55 59 60 62 63 64 66 67 74

All-Time Career Records All-Time Season Records Div. I Career Records Div. I Season Records All-Time Game Records Div. I Game Records Yearly Team Statistics Team Statistical Records Div. I Conference Honors Conference History Basketball Hall of Fame Hornets in the Pros All-Time Roster Coaching Records Div. I Jersey Numbers NCAA Tournament Teams Yearly Individual Leaders Year-By-Year Results All-Time Series Records

Opponents 26 28 28 29

Opponents Section Road Headquarters Travel Itinerary Big Sky Conference

Media Relations

Assistant (MBB Contact) Ryan Bjork Office Phone (916) 278-6896 Cell Phone (916) 838-7557 E-Mail rbjork@csus.edu Director Brian Berger Office Phone (916) 278-4313 E-mail bwberger@csus.edu Assistant Joe Waltasti Office Phone (916) 278-6896 E-mail waltasti@csus.edu Website www.hornetsports.com

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2010-11 Sacramento State men’s basketball media guide was written, designed and edited by Ryan Bjork. Assistance with the year in review section by Allie Mandel. Editing provided by Brian Berger and Will Schilling. Photographs provided by Bob Solorio, Sam Parsons and Sacramento State Sports Information files. Sacramento information from Chamber of Commerce sources.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL MEDIA INFORMATION SACRAMENTO STATE MEDIA RELATIONS MBB Contact: Ryan Bjork (916) 278-6896 Director: Brian Berger (916) 278-4313 Assistant Director: Joe Waltasti (916) 278-6896 Media Relations Fax (916) 278-5429 Hornets Nest Press Row (916) 278-7531 HORNETSPORTS.COM - All press releases, stats and rosters are available at www.hornetsports.com. CREDENTIALS - All credential requests must be made to the Sacramento State Media Relations office at least 24 hours before the start of the event. Press row is designed for working media only and accommodations will be made on a priority basis. Credentials can be picked up at will call. INTERVIEWS - All player interviews outside of postgame or practice situations must be cleared through Hornet media relations. Following games, Coach Katz and selected players will be made available for interviews outside of the locker room. RADIO LINES/WIRELESS - Two courtesy phone lines can be provided to a visiting team’s primary radio station broadcasting games from the Hornets Nest. All calls must be made collect or billed to a credit card. Wireless Internet access is also available inside the Nest.

KRJY 1240 AM

2010-11 SCHEDULE

Sacramento State enters fifth year of partnership with 1240 AM The Hornet athletics department begins its fifth year of partnership with KRJY 1240 AM (formerly KSAC), broadcasting Sacramento State men’s basketball and football games for the fourth consecutive season. In addition to covering all 11 of the Hornets’ regular-season football games live this year, KRJY will also broadcast every men’s basketball game. Steve McElroy returns for his 14th season as the radio voice of the Hornets. McElroy, who also serves as the color commentator for Sacramento State football, is scheduled to call every basketball game this season. McElroy is the director of broadcast services for Sacramento State. In his role for the University, he is responsible for developing the radio contracts and helping generate sponsorships. Steve and his wife, Julie, have two sons (Trenton, 10, and Jason, 8). Jason Ross is also scheduled to join McElroy for selected games this season. Ross handles the playby-play duties for Hornet football, and serves as the sports director at Sports 1140 KHTK. He and his wife, Alva, have a son, Jackson (8).

DIRECTIONS TO THE HORNETS NEST - From Highway 50 East, take the “Power Inn Road/Howe Avenue” exit. From that two-lane offramp, there is an exit for “Cal State Sacramento.” That ramp leads you directly to a light at a “T” intersection (College Town Road). Go left at the light. Come to a stop light, go through the stop light and follow the road to the north side of campus. At the third stop sign, turn right into parking Lot 1. The Hornets Nest is located at the south side of Yosemite Hall which is adjacent to Lot 1. To reach the parking lot from the J Street entrance, make the first available right and then turn left at the stop sign which will take you into Lot 1.

Date Opponent Time 11/5 MENLO (exhibition) 7:05 p.m. 11/14 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD# 4:35 p.m. 11/16 BETHANY 7:05 p.m. 11/19 at North Dakota 5:05 p.m. 11/23 UC DAVIS 7:05 p.m. 11/27 CAL POLY 7:05 p.m. 11/30 at Washington State 7:05 p.m. 12/4 at Utah Valley 6:05 p.m. 12/7 at Loyola Marymount 7:35 p.m. 12/10 WILLIAM JESSUP 7:05 p.m. 12/19 at McNeese State 1:05 p.m. 12/21 at Oklahoma 5:05 p.m. 12/29 at Eastern Washington* 7:05 p.m. 12/31 at Idaho State* 1:05 p.m. 1/6 MONTANA STATE* 7:05 p.m. 1/8 MONTANA* 7:05 p.m. 1/13 at Weber State* 6:05 p.m. 1/15 at Northern Arizona* 5:35 p.m. 1/20 NORTHERN COLORADO* 7:05 p.m. 1/22 EASTERN WASHINGTON* 7:05 p.m. 1/27 IDAHO STATE* 7:05 p.m. 1/29 at Portland State* 7:05 p.m. 2/3 PORTLAND STATE* 7:05 p.m. 2/10 at Montana* 6:05 p.m. 2/13 at Montana State* 11:05 a.m. 2/19 at TBA (ESPN BracketBusters)% TBA 2/24 NORTHERN ARIZONA* 7:05 p.m. 2/26 WEBER STATE* 7:05 p.m. 3/2 at Northern Colorado* 6:05 p.m. 3/5 Big Sky Tournament Quarterfinals TBA 3/8 Big Sky Tournament Semifinals TBA 3/9 Big Sky Tournament Championship TBA 3/15 NCAA Tournament 1st Round TBA All Times Pacific ALL CAPS and BOLD indicate home games # Doubleheader with the Sacramento State women's basketball team * Big Sky Conference games % ESPN BracketBusters at a site to be determined

Sacramento State Media Coverage State Hornet Marshall Hampson, Sports Editor 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6102 (916) 278-7248 www.statehornet.com

KCRA Channel 3 (NBC) Del Rodgers, Chris Riva 3 Television Circle Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 325-3753 www.kcra.com

Associated Press (Sacramento) 925 L Street #320 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 448-9555 FAX (916) 446-2756

Roseville Press Tribune Tom Kellar, Sports Editor 188 Cirby Way Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 786-6500 www.rosevillept.com

KXTV Channel 10 (ABC) Bryan May, Ryan Yamamoto 400 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 321-3373 www.news10.net

Associated Press (San Francisco) Josh Dubow, Sports 303 Second St., Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 495-1708 FAX (415) 495-4967

Auburn Journal Todd Mordhorst, Sports Editor 1030 High Street Auburn, CA 95604 (530) 885-5656 www.auburnjournal.com

KOVR Channel 13 (CBS) 2713 KOVR Drive W. Sacramento, CA 95605 (916) 374-1301 www.cbs13.com

Sacramento Bee Tom Cousins, Sports Editor John Schumacher, Beat 2100 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 441-4100 www.sacbee.com

KUVS Channel 19 (Univision) 1710 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 614-1974 www.univision.com

KRJY Radio (1240 AM) 1017 Front Street, 2nd Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 553-3000 www.rejoice1240.com

KTXL Channel 40 (FOX) Jim Crandell, Mark Demsky 4655 Fruitridge Road Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 454-4548 www.fox40.com

Sports 1140 KHTK (1140 AM) Jason Ross, Sports Director 5244 Madison Ave. Sacramento, CA 95841 (916) 338-9200 www.khtk.com

Comcast SportsNet California 4450 E. Commerce Way Sacramento, CA 95834 (866) 804-3504 www.comcastsportsnet.com

KFBK Radio (1530 AM) Pat Walsh, Sports Director 1440 Ethan Way Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 924-3901 www.kfbk.com

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ROSTER/ROSTER BREAKDOWN Roster Breakdown

NUMERICAL ROSTER

By Position

Guards (6) Jackson Carbajal, Kendell Groom, Heath Hoffman, Walter Jackson, Antoine Proctor, Sultan Toles-Bey Forwards (6) Duro Bjegovic, John Dickson, Heath Hoffman, Walter Jackson, Zach Nelson, Magd Owayed Centers (4) Josh McCarver, Alpha N’Diaye, Pete Rakocevic, Konner Veteto

By Class

Seniors (2) Duro Bjegovic, Sultan Toles-Bey Juniors (7) Heath Hoffman, Walter Jackson, Josh McCarver, Alpha N’Diaye, Zach Nelson, Antoine Proctor, Konner Veteto Sophomores (1) John Dickson Freshmen (4) Jackson Carbajal, Kendell Groom, Magd Owayed, Pete Rakocevic

By Height

Pronunciations

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cl. Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

1

Sultan Toles-Bey

G

5-10 170

Sr.

1V

Compton, Calif./Fresno City JC

4

Antoine Proctor

G

6-3 200

Jr.

JC

Washington, D.C./Sheridan JC

11 Jackson Carbajal

G

6-3 180

Fr.

HS

Clovis, Calif./Buchanan HS

12 Kendell Groom

G

6-3 170

Fr.

HS

New Haven, Conn./Hyde Leadership HS

20 Walter Jackson

G/F 6-5 180

Jr. JC-RS

22 Heath Hoffman

G/F 6-3 195

Jr.

JC

Stockton, Calif./San Joaquin Delta JC Winnebago, Ill./Sauk Valley JC

23 Magd Owayed

F

6-7 195

Fr.

HS

Nazareth, Israel/Nazareth Baptist HS

24 Zach Nelson

F

6-6 215

Jr.

JC

Sacramento, Calif./Arizona Western JC

25 Alpha N’Diaye

C

6-8 210

Jr. JC-RS

32 John Dickson

F

6-6 185

So.

1V

San Francisco, Calif./Fairfield HS

33 Duro Bjegovic

F

6-7 245

Sr.

1V

Drnis, Croatia/Highland Community JC

41 Konner Veteto

C

6-8 270

Jr.

TR

Auburn, Calif./UC Riverside

44 Josh McCarver

C

6-9 230

Jr.

JC

Las Vegas, Nev./Cosumnes River JC

50 Pete Rakocevic

C

6-11 220

Fr.

HS Chicago, Ill./Wilbraham & Monson Prep

Bamako, Mali/Ohlone JC

Head Coach: Brian Katz (Third Season) Assistant Coaches: Brady Bergeson, Dominique Bukasa, Ajay Riding

6-11 (1) – Pete Rakocevic 6-9 (1) – Josh McCarver 6-8 (2) – Alpha N’Diaye, Konner Veteto 6-7 (2) – Duro Bjegovic, Magd Owayed 6-6 (2) – John Dickson, Zach Nelson 6-5 (1) – Walter Jackson 6-3 (4) – Jackson Carbajal, Kendell Groom, Heath Hoffman, Antoine Proctor 5-10 (1) – Sultan Toles-Bey Duro Bjegovic JUR-oh be-YAY-guh-vitch Dominique Bukasa dom-i-NEEK BOO-kah-suh Jackson Carbajal CAR-buh-HAUL Alpha N’Diaye Alpha in-JEYE Magd Owayed MOZH-di OH-way-ED Ajay Riding A.J. RIDE-ing Pete Rakocevic Ruh-KOE-sih-VICK Konner Veteto VET-i-TOE

No. Name

Director of Basketball Operations: Travis Okamoto, Bryant Moore Team Managers: John Burks, Mike Marcial

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cl. Exp. Sr.

1V

Hometown/Previous School

33 Duro Bjegovic

F

6-7 245

11 Jackson Carbajal

G

6-3 180

Fr.

HS

Clovis, Calif./Buchanan HS

32 John Dickson

F

6-6 185

So.

1V

San Francisco, Calif./Fairfield HS

12 Kendell Groom

G

6-3 170

Fr.

HS

New Haven, Conn./Hyde Leadership HS

22 Heath Hoffman

G/F 6-3 195

Jr.

JC

Winnebago, Ill./Sauk Valley JC

20 Walter Jackson

G/F 6-5 180

Jr. JC-RS

Stockton, Calif./San Joaquin Delta JC

44 Josh McCarver

C

6-9 230

Jr.

25 Alpha N’Diaye

C

6-8 210

Jr. JC-RS

24 Zach Nelson

F

6-6 215

Jr.

JC

Sacramento, Calif./Arizona Western JC

23 Magd Owayed

F

6-7 195

Fr.

HS

Nazareth, Israel/Nazareth Baptist HS

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G

6-3 200

Jr.

JC

Washington, D.C./Sheridan JC

50 Pete Rakocevic

C

6-11 220

Fr.

HS Chicago, Ill./Wilbraham & Monson Prep

1

G

5-10 170

Sr.

1V

Compton, Calif./Fresno City JC

C

6-8 270

Jr.

TR

Auburn, Calif./UC Riverside

Antoine Proctor Sultan Toles-Bey

41 Konner Veteto

JC

Drnis, Croatia/Highland Community JC

Las Vegas, Nev./Cosumnes River JC Bamako, Mali/Ohlone JC

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2010-11 SEASON OUTLOOK

After Seven-Game Improvement Last Season, Sacramento State Enters 2010-11 With The Most Talent During Brian Katz's Tenure One year removed from a 2009-10 squad that made a seven-game improvement from the previous season, Sacramento State third-year head coach Brian Katz and his staff will oversee a roster that includes five returners and nine newcomers that combine to make up the team’s most athletic squad in recent memory. After taking over the basketball program and beginning a major rebuilding project in 2008-09 that saw the team finish with just two wins, Katz led last year’s team to a 9-21 record. Seven of those losses came by six points or less as Sacramento State vastly improved in nearly every statistical category. The Hornets will look to make yet another jump in progress this year despite a roster that is heavy on newcomers. In fact, of the five returners, only three of them have game experience in a Sacramento State uniform. Fortunately, the trio is made up of three of the team’s top five scorers from a year ago in senior point guard Sultan Toles-Bey (10.3 ppg), sophomore small forward John Dickson (9.7 ppg) and senior power forward Duro Bjegovic (7.4 ppg). The other two returners are junior center Alpha N’Diaye and junior swingman Walter Jackson, who both redshirted while practicing with the team all of last season.

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Toles-Bey, who led or shared the team lead in scoring 11 times last year, ranked among the Big Sky Conference’s top six players in free throw percentage (3rd, .869), steals (6th, 1.6 per game), assists (6th, 3.3 per game) and assist-to-turnover ratio (6th, +1.2). Dickson narrowly missed out on becoming the third Hornet true freshman to average at least 10.0 points during the program’s Div. I era, and Bjegovic tallied double-figure points 10 times over the final 15 games while shooting 53.1 percent (17-32) from the three-point line over that span. Of the Hornets’ nine incoming players, Katz brought in one point guard, two shooting guards, a swingman, two power forwards and three centers. In addition, the team's size underneath the basket dramatically improved as the Hornets now have six players that stand 6-foot-7 or taller. Of the nine newcomers, four are freshman, four are junior college transfers, and one is a Div. I transfer from UC Riverside. The four true freshmen matches the most on a Sacramento State roster since the 1998-99 squad had six. While the relative lack of experience is a concern (the roster combines for just five years of Div. I experience), Katz is excited because of the noticeable improvement this

year’s team has shown in every aspect of the game. “I don’t want to sit here and act like we’re world beaters, but our talent is clearly better,” Katz said. “If you name an area of the game, we’ve gotten better at it. We have Div. I talent across the board now, we shoot it better, we’re longer and quicker, we’re more athletic, and we have better basketball IQ. “We’re not an experienced group, but we do have five players that have been in our system and are all talented. We’ve tried to gear everything towards years three and four (of Katz’s tenure), and I think we are on the right track. “The five returners have also done a lot of work managing our new players and explaining to them the process. When those things happen, I can spend a lot more time coaching.” One of the most noticeable areas of improvement is the team’s ability to score. Over the last two years, the Hornets combined to average just 60.1 points per game, a number which ranked at the bottom of the Big Sky Conference. In fact, the team scored 70 points or better just 10 times last year, and went 6-4 in those games. That number is sure to rise in 2010-11 as the Hornets will have more options on the floor.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON OUTLOOK “There will be many times where all five guys on the floor can score," Katz said. "I don’t see any reason why we won’t score more points this season.” Defensively, the team will also rely on its improved length, quickness and athleticism. The Hornets finished in the middle of the pack last year in the Big Sky in points allowed per game (71.3), but had trouble towards the end of the year when opponents scored at least 73 points in each of the final five games of the season. “We could be a good defensive team this year,” Katz said. “The group of players we have is a pretty good, and we might be a problem for other teams in the Big Sky.” Not only did the Hornets make a sevengame improvement last year, the team was able to rid itself of three ugly streaks that began prior to Katz’s tenure. (1) The team snapped a 39-game road losing streak with its victory at Oregon State. The Hornets would go on to post four wins away from home, including a victory over crosstown rival UC Davis. (2) The win over Oregon State marked just the second win for Sacramento State against a Pacific-10 Conference program, and the first since the Hornets beat Washington State on Dec. 17, 1953. (3) The win at Idaho State snapped a 27-game Big Sky road losing streak. With those streaks out of the way, Sacramento State can now set its sights on reaching the Big Sky’s postseason tournament for the first time since the 2005-06 season. The top six teams in the nine-member conference reach the league’s postseason event with the winner receiving an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. According to the Big Sky’s preseason coaches and media poll, Weber State, Northern Arizona, Montana and Northern Colorado were each selected to finish among the top four teams in the league while the rest of the conference is up for grabs. “Its hard to determine how everything will shake out in the conference this year,” Katz said. “In my mind, Weber State and Northern Arizona are the top two teams in the league. Northern Colorado and Montana are both very good, and I think they will be in the mix. The rest of the conference is up in the air.”

GUARDS Starters Returning/Lost: 1/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 1/6 Newcomers: 5 Senior Sultan Toles-Bey is the lone guard on the roster that has experience in a Sacramento State uniform. Last year’s secondleading scorer, Toles-Bey played in all 30 games (including 15 starts) as the team’s point guard, and scored in double figures 15 times. The five newcomers that will see time at a guard position are juniors Antoine Proctor, Walter Jackson and Heath Hoffman, as well as true freshmen Kendell Groom and Jackson Carbajal. Groom is a true point guard, Proctor and Carbajal will see time at both guard spots, and Jackson and Hoffman will see time at both shooting guard and forward. Toles-Bey quickly established himself as one of the team’s most clutch players in 2009-10, shooting a blazing 50-of-53 (.943) from the free throw line during the final five minutes of games. The Compton, Calif., native finished with averages of 10.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.6 steals and 29.1 minutes per game. His overall free throw percentage of .869 was the 29th best mark in the nation, and the seventh best single-season mark in school history. “Sultan has really matured and I expect him to have another good season,” Katz said. “He is just a good, steady player who knows our system well and is someone I can rely on for leadership.” Proctor, who is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound transfer, played the last two seasons at Wyoming’s Sheridan College. Last year with the Generals, he was a first team all-conference selection while averaging 12.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game while shooting 44.2 percent (136-308) from the field. As a freshman at Sheridan in 2008-09, he averaged 9.5 points despite playing just 16.0 minutes per game. “Antoine is a big, strong and physical guard that can create his own shot,” Katz said. Carbajal, who is a 6-foot-3, 180-pounder from Clovis’ Buchanan High School, has shown the ability to consistently knock down shots from nearly anywhere on the

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON OUTLOOK floor in preseason practices. He set the Buchanan HS record with 1,535 career points and was key in upgrading a program that went from being winless in the Tri-River Athletic Conference his freshman season to sharing the league title and making the Central Section Division I final as a senior. During that senior season, he was the Tri-River Athletic Conference MVP and first team all-Metro after leading the team in points (17.7), rebounds (7.8) and steals (1.9) per game. “Jackson is a very skilled freshman that has a high basketball IQ and can really shoot the ball,” Katz said. “If he’s not our best shooter right now, he’s pretty close. By the end of his career, he will establish himself as a very, very good player.” Hoffman is a 6-foot-3, 195-pound lefthander who played last year at Sauk Valley Community College (Dixon, Ill.) and spent his freshman season (2008-09) with Hornet teammate Duro Bjegovic at Highland Community College in Freeport, Ill. At Sauk Valley, Hoffman was a first team all-Arrowhead Conference selection and the league’s leading scorer after averaging 16.1 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game. “Heath is a very strong and toughminded player who will knock down open shots,” Katz said. Groom is an athletic point guard (6foot-3, 170 pounds) who comes to the Hornets after being a four-year member of the varsity squad at Hyde Leadership High School in Hamden, Conn. The New Haven, Conn., native was a three-time all-state selection (first team as a senior, honorable mention as both a sophomore and junior) and two-time first team allconference choice. During the 2009-10 academic year, Groom won two state titles as the starting point guard for the basketball team, and the starting quarterback for the football squad. The football and basketball teams combined to post a 38-1 record during the academic year. “Kendell is a very good athlete who understands the point guard position,” Katz said. “He is smart, very long and is a good defender.” 6

FORWARDS Starters Returning/Lost: 1/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/2 Newcomers: 4 Headlining five players that could see time at the forward position this year are returners John Dickson and Duro Bjegovic. The two combined to average 17.1 points per game last season, and were two of the team’s best three-point shooters based on percentage. In fact, Bjegovic (.468) and Dickson (.406) combined to knock down better than 43 percent (50-116) of their three-point attempts. Both players can play either forward position while Dickson also gets time at shooting guard. Joining Dickson and Bjegovic at the position will be three newcomers in juniors Zach Nelson, Walter Jackson and Heath Hoffman. All three of those players could also see time at the shooting guard spot. A sixth forward on this year’s roster, true freshman Magd Owayed from Nazareth, Israel, will redshirt the season. Dickson had one of the more impressive freshman campaigns in Sacramento State’s Div. I history (1991-pres.) last season, ranking among the team’s top three players in points (9.7 ppg), field goals made (104), field goals attempted (236), field goal percentage (.441), three-point field goal percentage (.406, 28-69), free throws made (55), free throws attempted (91) and blocked shots (29). The long and athletic native of San Francisco scored in double figures 17 times, and 42 of his 108 rebounds came on the offensive glass. “John has really matured and his game is more versatile,” Katz said. “He continues to improve every day, and has really gained a better understanding of what to do off the ball.” Bjegovic, a 6-foot-7, 245-pound native of Croatia, appeared in 28 games last year, finishing with averages of 7.4 points and 4.0 rebounds per game while shooting 48.7 percent (74-152) from the field, 46.8 percent (22-47) from the three-point line and 69.1 percent (38-55) from the free throw line. After scoring in double figures just once through the team’s first 13 games, he tallied double figures in 10 of the last 15 games. During that 15-game stretch, which coincided with the start of the new year, Bjegovic averaged 9.9 points and 4.4 re-

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON OUTLOOK bounds per game while shooting 51.9 percent (54-104) from the field and a blazing 53.1 percent (17-32) from the three-point line. “Duro really made an offseason commitment to his body and his diet, and has looked very good in practice,” Katz said. “He is a very skilled player and I expect him to be a force this season.” Nelson, a 6-foot-6, 215-pound local product, spent the past two years at Arizona Western College in Yuma, Ariz., after prepping locally at Sacramento’s Natomas High School. As a sophomore at Arizona Western, the Sacramento native was a second team all-Region I and second team all-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) selection after averaging 9.2 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.1 steals while shooting 53.1 percent (112-of-211) from the floor. Of his team-

high 264 rebounds during the season, 118 of those came on the offensive glass (3.4 per game). “Zach is a very versatile and powerful player who will create matchup problems offensively for opponents,” Katz said. “He can play three positions (both forward spots and shooting guard) and I expect him to be one of the best offensive rebounders in the conference.” Jackson, who redshirted last season, also played for Katz in 2007-08 at San Joaquin Delta College and enters his third year playing for the Hornet head coach. The Stockton, Calif., native played two years at Delta (2007-09) where he was all-state and first team all-conference selection as a sophomore after helping lead the Mustangs to a California Community College State Tournament semifinal appearance, a Big 8 Conference title and a 29-6 overall record. “Walter is versatile in that he can play three positions on the floor (shooting guard, small forward and power forward),” Katz said. “He plays well above the rim and I look for him to be a problem for opponents on both ends of the court.” Owayed was as one of 12 players to play for the Israeli under-18 national team in 2009. A graduate of Nazareth Baptist High School, he moved to the United States in August of 2010. CENTERS Starters Returning/Lost: 0/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 0/2 Newcomers: 4 The team’s four centers are made up entirely of newcomers, and all four players stand 6-foot-8 or better. The three seeing action this season are juniors Alpha N’Diaye and Josh McCarver, as well as freshman Pete Rakocevic. The fourth center (junior Konner Veteto) will redshirt per NCAA transfer rules after playing the last two years at UC Riverside. N’Diaye took a redshirt and practiced all last season with the Hornets after spending two years at Fremont’s Ohlone College (2007-09). A 6-foot-8, 210-pound native of Bamako, Mali, N’Diaye was an honorable mention all-state and first team allconference selection as a sophomore after averaging 8.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game while shooting 53.4 percent (120-

229) from the field. The high flyer blocked 2.0 shots per game, and scored in double figures 12 times during the final 22 games of the year. “Alpha might be the best athlete on the team,” Katz said. “He can really block shots and will be a force defensively.” A 6-foot-9, 230-pound native of Las Vegas, McCarver spent the past two seasons (2008-10) at Sacramento’s Cosumnes River College. As a sophomore, he was a first team all-Big 8 Conference selection after helping the Hawks to a final ranking of third in the state, a conference championship, a 23-6 overall record and a 12-2 league mark. That year, he averaged 6.8 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game while shooting 63.2 percent (74117) from the field. Both the field goal percentage and rebounds led the conference. “Josh gives us another front-line athletic player,” Katz said. “He really embraces the center position, loves to screen, and can defend and rebound.” The tallest player on the team at 6-foot11 and 220 pounds, Rakocevic comes to the Hornets after spending a year of prep school at Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Wilbraham, Mass. Prior to that, he played four years at Saint Laurence High School in Burbank, Ill. As a senior in 200809, he was first team all-area, all-Chicago Catholic League and team MVP after averaging 18.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.5 blocked shots per game. That season, he also averaged 6.2 trips to the free throw line per game. “Pete is a very skilled center who can really handle, distribute and shoot the ball well for a big man.” Veteto played two seasons (2008-10) at UC Riverside where he appeared in 51 games. During that two-year span, he averaged one rebound every 3.5 minutes of play, combining to post 3.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 12.6 minutes per game while shooting 50.8 percent (66-130) from the field. As a sophomore last season, he started the first eight games, including a contest against Sacramento State where he had six points and six rebounds in 20 minutes. The Auburn, Calif., native tallied seven points and a career-high 13 rebounds at New Mexico in the season opener, and followed that with a team-best 14 points and eight rebounds in 28 minutes at USC.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL HEAD COACH BRIAN KATZ

The 2010-11 season will mark the third year in the tenure of Sacramento State head men’s basketball coach Brian Katz. He became the 13th men’s basketball coach in school history when he was named to the position by Director of Athletics Terry Wanless on April 10, 2008. A graduate of Sacramento State and a native of Sacramento, Katz’s extensive basketball resumé includes a 34-year career as a basketball coach at the NCAA Div. I, junior college and high school levels. Katz took over the Sacramento State program almost from scratch, beginning a major rebuilding project that saw the 2008-09 squad open the year with 12 new players and only four returners. That included just one player that had started more than 17 games from the previous season. Katz immediately hit the recruiting trail hard, and with a full year under his belt, began the process of firmly putting his thumbprint on the program in 2009-10. The fruits of that hard work began to show last season when the team secured nine victories, more wins than the previous two years combined. Included in the team’s 9-21 record were seven losses that came by six points or less. The 2009-10 squad also put an end to three dubious streaks that began prior to Katz’s tenure. The Hornets’ win at Oregon State on Nov. 21, 2009, ended a 39-game road losing streak which dated back to the 2006-07 season. In addition, the victory over the Beavers was the first for the Hornets against a Pacific-10 Conference opponent since Dec. 17, 1953. After the Oregon State win, Sacramento State would later add road victories over UC Davis and Idaho State. The win over Idaho State snapped a 27-game Big Sky road losing streak. In addition, of the 10 Hornets that have expired their eligibility under Katz, eight have graduated, and two more are on pace to graduate in the fall of 2010. One of those graduated players, Justin Eller, completed a transformation in which he was a little-used post player before Katz’s tenure, into an honorable mention all-conference selection during a senior season in which he averaged 11.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Prior to his stint at Sacramento State, Katz spent 19 years as a junior college head coach, compiling a 435-185 record (.702 winning percentage) while leading his teams to the playoffs 18 times, including three Sweet 16 appearances, three Elite 8 appearances and one trip to the Final Four. Also during that 19-year span, his teams combined for seven conference championships and he received conference coach of the year accolades seven times. For his efforts, Katz was inducted into the California Community College Men’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on March 13, 2009. He spent 15 seasons (1993-08) as head coach at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, where he posted a 348-138 record (.716 winning percentage) and led the team to 14 playoff

THE BRIAN KATZ FILE PERSONAL

Year at Sacramento State: Third Date of Birth: Nov. 17, 1957 Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Wife: Lori Children: Katie (22), Vinny (21), Megan (20), Steven (19) and Jimmy (14)

EDUCATION

Master's: Counseling Psychology Santa Clara, '89 Bachelor's: English Sacramento State, '80

COACHING EXPERIENCE Sacramento State Head Coach...........................2008-pres. San Joaquin Delta College Head Coach.............................. 1993-08 Lassen College Head Coach.............................. 1989-93 Santa Clara Assistant Coach......................... 1987-89 Center High School Head Varsity Coach................... 1983-87 Casa Roble High School Head Varsity Coach................... 1982-83

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL HEAD COACH BRIAN KATZ appearances, six conference championships, two Elite Eight appearances and one Final Four. A six-time conference coach of the year at Delta College, Katz guided the team to three league championships and a 130-32 combined record during his final five years with the program. Katz had just one losing season during his tenure at Delta, and that came in his first season (1993-94) when the team posted a 10-19 overall record. However, the very next year (1994-95), the Mustangs more than doubled their win total and finished with a 21-11 mark. From that point on, Delta became one of the top junior college programs in the state, winning at least 22 games eleven times during Katz’s final 13 seasons at the helm. The high point came in 2004-05, when the team finished the year 30-2 overall, 14-0 in league and reached the Final Four before falling to San Bernardino Valley College, 85-84, in double overtime. Prior to his tenure at Delta College, Katz spent four years (1989-93) at Lassen College in Susanville, Calif., where he led the team to an 87-47 record, four playoff appearances and a league championship. One of those playoff appearances came in 1992 when he guided the team to the Elite Eight despite the school having just 800 students. In addition, during Katz’s junior college head coaching tenure, of the 115 players that finished their sophomore years under his tutelage, 109 of them advanced to four-year institutions – 66 on scholarships. Before entering the junior college head coaching ranks, Katz was an assistant under Carroll Williams at Santa Clara where the team combined for a 40-22 overall record and reached the National Invitational Tournament both seasons during his two-year stay (1987-89). Previous to his stint with Santa Clara, Katz was the head coach at Antelope’s Center High School (1983-87) where he led the team to a four-year combined record of 53-34, including three Sac-Joaquin Section playoff appearances and one league championship. He began his head coaching career at the age of 23 as the varsity coach at Orangevale’s Casa Roble High School in 1982-83. The 52-year old Katz also spent time at Sylvan Middle School (Citrus Heights, Calif.), and as an assistant at Mesa Verde High School, Casa Roble High School and Grant High School prior to getting his first head coaching stint at Casa Roble. Katz earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Sacramento State in 1980, and his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Santa Clara in 1989. Katz and his wife, Lori, have five children – Katie (22), Vinny (21), Megan (20), Steven (19) and Jimmy (14).

JUNIOR COLLEGE HEAD COACHING RECORDS School Lassen College Lassen College Lassen College Lassen College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College San Joaquin Delta College Totals

Overall Conference Year W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Finish 1989-90 16-16 .500 9-7 .563 2nd 1990-91 21-12 .636 8-7 .533 3rd 1991-92 26-9 .743 13-2 .867 1st 1992-93 24-10 .706 11-4 .733 2nd 1993-94 10-19 .345 1-9 .100 6th 1994-95 21-11 .656 9-5 .643 3rd 1995-96 19-13 .594 9-5 .643 2nd 1996-97 23-8 .742 10-4 .714 1st 1997-98 24-8 .750 10-4 .714 2nd 1998-99 25-8 .758 12-2 .857 2nd 1999-00 30-5 .857 14-0 1.000 1st 2000-01 23-9 .719 12-2 .857 1st 2001-02 26-10 .722 10-4 .715 3rd 2002-03 17-15 .531 7-7 .500 4th 2003-04 22-6 .786 12-2 .857 1st 2004-05 30-2 .938 14-0 1.000 1st 2005-06 29-7 .806 10-2 .833 1st 2006-07 22-11 .667 8-4 .667 2nd 2007-08 27-6 .818 12-2 .857 2nd 19 years 435-185 .702 191-74 .721 ---

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT

BRIAN KATZ "Brian has an outstanding background, and is an experienced and proven coach with great on-floor coaching skills. He is also a very good recruiter, and will do a tremendous job in the community. He will build Sacramento State into what I think will be a very good program. In my opinion, Sacramento State hit a home run with his hiring." Ben Howland, Head Coach UCLA "Brian Katz is a veteran and has been in the business for a long time. He automatically brings credibility with all Northern California high school and junior college coaches, and is as committed and dedicated to the coaching profession as anybody you will ever find. He is a homegrown coach who cares about the community and winning at Sacramento State. Brian will build the program into a winner, and enjoy the fruits of his labor on the sidelines for a long time. He is not the type of coach that will get the program going in the right direction, and leave a few years later." Bob Williams, Head Coach UC Santa Barbara "I feel like Sacramento State really made a statement with the hiring of Brian Katz. I’ve watched his teams play over the years and had the opportunity to coach with him. I can tell you he is second to none in terms of his intelligence level and the discipline he brings to a program. The schemes he develops on the basketball floor are always conducive to winning, and I have no doubt he will make Sacramento State into a winner while creating a positive environment for both the fans and players." Dick Davey, Associate Head Coach Stanford

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BRADY BERGESON Assistant Coach • Third Season • Chapman, '00

Coaching Experience Sacramento State Assistant Coach (2008-Pres.) Metro State Assistant Coach (2002-08) Tustin High School Assistant Varsity Coach (2000-02) Tustin High School Head Junior Varsity Coach (2001-02)

Miscellaneous Master’s Degree CS Dominguez Hills (2007) Negotiation, Conflict Resolution & Peacebuilding Bachelor’s Degree Chapman (2000) Psychology Hometown Longview, Wash.

The 2010-11 season will mark Brady Bergeson’s third year on Sacramento State’s coaching staff. Prior to his tenure with the Hornets, Bergeson spent six years as an assistant at Metro State – the final two as the team’s top assistant. At Sacramento State, Bergeson's duties include recruiting and serving as the team's offensive coordinator. He also works with the guards and assists with scouting and academic development. Bergeson’s first season with the Hornets coincided with head coach Brian Katz’s first year, and the coaching staff took over the program almost from scratch, beginning a major rebuilding project that saw the 2008-09 squad open the year with 12 new players and only four returners. As the team’s recruiting coordinator, the fruits of Bergeson’s hard work began to show last season when the team secured nine victories, more wins than the previous two years combined. Included in the team’s 9-21 record were seven losses that came by six points or less. The 2009-10 squad also put an end to three streaks that began prior to the current coaching staff’s tenure. The Hornets’ win at Oregon State on Nov. 21, 2009, ended a 39-game road losing streak which dated back to the 2006-07 season. In addition, the victory over the Beavers was the first for the Hornets against a Pacific-10 Conference opponent since Dec. 17, 1953. After the Oregon State win, Sacramento State would later add road victories over UC Davis and Idaho State. The win over Idaho State snapped a 27-game Big Sky road losing streak. During his six seasons at Metro State (2002-08), the team combined to post a 157-38 overall record and a 93-21 conference mark, including five NCAA Div. II Tournament appearances, four Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Tournament championships and a pair of North Central Regional titles. The team won at least 19 games every season during his tenure, including 32-3 overall record, a 19-0 mark in the RMAC and a Final Four appearance in 2003-04. Bergeson coached under (current Oregon associate head coach) Mike Dunlap (2002-06) and Brannon Hays (2006-08) at Metro State, where he oversaw recruiting, travel, scouting, summer camps and the mentoring program. Prior to his tenure at Metro State, Bergeson was the assistant coach for the boys varsity basketball team at Tustin High School (California) from 2000-02, where he helped coach the team to playoff appearances each season. He also spent one year (2001-02) as the head coach for the junior varsity boys basketball team at Tustin. A native of Longview, Wash., Bergeson played four years of college basketball at Chapman University (Orange, Calif.) where he served as the team’s point guard. Chapman posted a 66-34 combined record during his four seasons, and he was the University’s Student-Athlete of the Year and team captain during his senior year (1999-00). Bergeson, 33, earned his master’s degree in negotiation, conflict resolution and peacebuilding from Cal State Dominguez Hills in 2007. He graduated with cum laude and Gray Key honors from Chapman in 2000 where he received his bachelor’s degree in psychology. Bergeson married Brooke Kiefer on June 18, 2010.

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DOMINIQUE BUKASA Assistant Coach • Third Season • Sonoma State, '99

Coaching Experience Sacramento State Assistant Coach (2008-Pres.) Fresno City College Assistant Coach (2006-08) College of Siskiyous Assistant Coach (2005-06) Casa Grande High School Assistant Coach (2002-03) Juniors teams overseas Head Coach (2000-04)

Miscellaneous Master’s Degree Fresno Pacific (2008) Kinesiology Bachelor’s Degree Sonoma State (1999) History Hometown Berkeley, Calif.

The 2010-11 season will mark Dominique Bukasa’s third year on Sacramento State’s coaching staff after spending two years as an assistant at Fresno City College (2006-08). His duties with the Hornets include recruiting, working with the post players and scheduling. In addition, he is the team's travel coordinator and assists with scouting and academic development. Bukasa’s first season with the Hornets coincided with head coach Brian Katz’s first year, and the coaching staff took over the program almost from scratch, beginning a major rebuilding project that saw the 2008-09 squad open the year with 12 new players and only four returners. The fruits of Bukasa and the coaching staff’s hard work began to show last season when the team secured nine victories, more wins than the previous two years combined. Included in the team’s 9-21 record were seven losses that came by six points or less. The 2009-10 squad also put an end to three dubious streaks that began prior to the current coaching staff’s tenure. The Hornets’ win at Oregon State on Nov. 21, 2009, ended a 39-game road losing streak which dated back to the 2006-07 season. In addition, the victory over the Beavers was the first for the Hornets against a Pacific-10 Conference opponent since Dec. 17, 1953. After the Oregon State win, Sacramento State would later add road victories over UC Davis and Idaho State. The win over Idaho State snapped a 27-game Big Sky road losing streak. Bukasa, who has nine years of coaching experience, worked on a Fresno City College coaching staff that produced a 2007 California Community College State Tournament championship, back-to-back Central Valley Conference titles and a 62-16 combined record. Prior to Fresno City, he spent one season as an assistant at the College of Siskiyous (2005-06) where he helped coach the Eagles to a No. 1 ranking in the state for nine consecutive weeks. That marked the first time in school history that College of Siskiyous had received a top ranking in the state. Bukasa was also an assistant at Petaluma’s Casa Grande High School, where he helped guide the team to a 25-4 overall record and the 2003 league championship. After playing three years at Sonoma State (1997-00), where he was part of a nationally-ranked team that set the school record for victories (20 in 1998-99), Bukasa had a highly successful career overseas. He played four years of professional basketball in Belgium (2000-01, 2002-03) and France (2001-02, 2003-04), where he was a four-time all-league selection, and was part of a 2nd Division Belgium national championship winning team. During his time overseas, he also coached under-16 and under-12 club teams from 2000-04. Bukasa finished the 2001-02 season in France, came back to the United States to be an assistant at Casa Grande for the 2002-03 high school season, and went back overseas to finish his professional career. From 2001-07, he was involved with the 1% Club, a summer program that trains high school and collegiate basketball players in the Santa Rosa area. Ten players he helped train with the 1% Club went on to sign Div. I scholarships, including Angelo Tsagarakis (Oregon State) and Josh Akognon (Cal State Fullerton). Bukasa graduated from Sonoma State in 1999 with a degree in history, and a minor in political science. He graduated in July of 2008 with a master’s degree in kinesiology from Fresno Pacific.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ASSISTANT COACHES/SUPPORT STAFF

AJAY RIDING

Assistant Coach • Second Season • Fresno State, '07

Coaching Experience Sacramento State Assistant Coach (2009-Pres.) Fresno State Volunteer Assistant Coach (2007-09)

Miscellaneous Bachelor’s Degree Fresno State (2007) Mass Communications & Journalism Hometown Davis, Calif.

Former Fresno State and San Joaquin Delta College player Ajay Riding will begin his second season as assistant men’s basketball coach at Sacramento State in 2010-11. His duties with the Hornets include serving as the team's academic coordinator while assistsing with player development, scouting and recruiting. Riding was part of a Sacramento State staff that led the 2009-10 squad to nine victories, more wins than the previous two years combined. Included in the team’s 9-21 record were seven losses that came by six points or less. The 2009-10 squad also put an end to three dubious streaks that began prior to the current coaching staff’s tenure. The Hornets’ win at Oregon State on Nov. 21, 2009, ended a 39-game road losing streak which dated back to the 2006-07 season. In addition, the victory over the Beavers was the first for the Hornets against a Pacific-10 Conference opponent since Dec. 17, 1953. After the Oregon State win, Sacramento State would later add road victories against UC Davis and Idaho State. The win over Idaho State snapped a 27-game Big Sky road losing streak. A native of Davis, Calif., Riding spent two years (2007-09) working with the men’s basketball coaching staff at Fresno State as a volunteer assistant. A graduate of Fresno State in 2007 with a degree in mass communications and journalism, Riding played a combined 47 games for the Bulldogs in 2005-06 and 2006-07. He was both a Western Athletic Conference and Fresno State scholar-athlete award winner, and helped the Bulldogs to a 37-23 combined record during his two seasons with the team as a student-athlete. That included a 22-10 overall record and a National Invitational Tournament appearance during his senior season. No stranger to Katz’s coaching philosophy, Riding spent two years playing for Katz at Delta College in 2003-04 and 2004-05. During those two seasons, Riding helped the Mustangs to a pair of conference championships and a 52-8 combined record. The 2004-05 squad finished with a program-best 30-2 record and reached the Final Four of the state tournament. Prior to playing at Delta College, Riding prepped at Davis High School where he was an all-conference selection.

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Ryan Bjork Media Relations

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

John Burks Team Manager

Laurie Dahlberg Academic Advising

Paul Edwards Academic Advising

Shannon Hall Compliance

Mike Marcial Team Manager

Carter Mattice Equipment

Adam Primas Marketing

Joe Ramos Athletic Training

T-Anté Sims Ticket Manager

Steve Tebbs Facilities

Gigi Timpson Travel Coordinator

Katherine Zedonis Compliance

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

TRAVIS OKAMOTO Basketball Operations • Third Season • Sacramento State, '02

A graduate of Sacramento State, Travis Okamoto will begin his third season with the Hornets as the team’s director of basketball operations in 2010-11. He enters his fifth year on head coach Brian Katz’s staff, as Okamoto was an assistant under Katz at San Joaquin Delta College from 2006-08. At Delta, Okamoto was in charge of working with the guards and assisting with recruiting, scouting and academics. During his two seasons at Delta, the team combined to post a 49-17 overall record and a 20-6 mark in the Big 8 Conference. The Mustangs won at least 22 games and finished second in the conference both years during Okamoto’s tenure. Prior to his two-year stint at Delta, Okamoto had six years of coaching experience at Sacramento’s Florin High School. From 2003-06, he worked for Marcus McGhee as an assistant with the men’s varsity team. He also coached at Florin during the 2000-01 (assistant boy’s varsity coach), 1999-00 (head junior varsity boy’s coach) and 1998-99 (head freshman boy’s coach) seasons. From 1994-98, Okamoto was a team manager at Elk Grove High School under head coach Todd Reiswig. Okamoto graduated from Sacramento State in 2002 with a degree in intercultural and international communications. He obtained his master's degree in kinesiology from Fresno Pacific in 2010, and his teaching credential (English) from National University in 2008.

BRYANT MOORE Basketball Operations • First Season • Texas Tech, '93 After a five-year stint with the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers (2005-10), Bryant Moore begins his first season on Sacramento State’s coaching staff. Moore served in numerous roles with the Cavaliers, including the 2009-10 season where he was the team’s player development coordinator. In that role, he was in charge of on-court development, film study with the players, and game-plan preparation. Prior to that, Moore spent two seasons as the Cavaliers’ full-time advance scout. In the advance scout role, he was responsible for scouting upcoming opponents, charting plays, play calls, identifying opponents’ tendencies and developing a personnel report. From these scouting efforts, he developed a detailed game report for the coaching staff and players. Moore began his work with the Cavs as a video coordinator in 2005, and was promoted to scout/video coach in 2006. A native of Sacramento, Moore was also an assistant coach for the Cavaliers’ summer league team for four years. In addition, he directed the Cavaliers Free Agent Camp in the summer of 2009. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Sheldon High School in Elk Grove, Calif., from 2000-04. He spent the 2004-05 season as an assistant coach at UC Riverside. Moore is a 1993 graduate of Texas Tech, where he was a two-year starter on the basketball team from 1990-92. Despite playing just two seasons, he ranks eighth in school history with 335 career assists. In fact, his 179 assists in 1991-92 (3rd) and 156 assists in 1990-91 (5th) both rank among the top five marks in Red Raider single-season history. In addition, Moore’s 55 steals in 1991-92 rank as the fifth best single-season mark. Prior to his stint at Texas Tech, he attended Mesa Community College (Arizona).

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DURO BJEGOVIC

F • 6-7 • 245 • Sr. • Drnis, Croatia • Highland Community JC • Missouri State-West Plains

2009-10 Season

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CAREER HIGHS

POINTS 17, Two Times Last at Idaho State (1-30-10) FIELD GOALS MADE 6, Three Times Last at Idaho State (1-30-10) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 13 vs. Eastern Washington Feb. 7, 2010 THREE-POINTERS MADE 3 at Portland State Jan. 2, 2010 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 4, Two Times Last vs. Northern Ariz. (2-26-10) FREE THROWS MADE 4, Two Times Last at Montana State (2-18-10) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 6 at Portland State Jan. 2, 2010 REBOUNDS 12 at Idaho State Jan. 30, 2010 ASSISTS 3 at Eastern Washington Dec. 31, 2009 BLOCKED SHOTS 1, Two Times Last vs. William Jessup (12-21-09) STEALS 2 vs. Loyola Marymount Dec. 27, 2009

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MINUTES 35 at Idaho State Jan. 30, 2010

Appeared in 28 games, including four starts…averaged 7.4 points and 4.0 rebounds per game while shooting 48.7 percent (74-152) from the field, 46.8 percent (22-47) from the three-point line and 69.1 percent (38-55) from the free throw line…the three-point percentage was the best mark on the team, and the best single-season mark (min. 20 makes) in Sacramento State’s Div. I history (1991-pres.)…if he had enough attempts to qualify, the three-point percentage would have ranked as the best mark in the Big Sky Conference…after scoring in double figures just once in the team’s first 13 games, he tallied double figures in 10 of the last 15 games…during that 15-game stretch, which coincided with the start of the new year, Bjegovic averaged 9.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game while shooting 51.9 percent (54-104) from the field and a blazing 53.1 percent (17-32) from the three-point line…posted a doubledouble (17 points, 12 rebounds) in the win at Idaho State…the 17 points were tied for a season high and the 12 rebounds were a season best… scored at least 16 points on five occasions, including 17 at Portland State…thrived on the road during the season, averaging 9.4 points on .563 (45-80) shooting from the field and .571 (16-28) from the three-point line when playing on an opponent’s home floor.

Junior College Played his sophomore season (200809) at Highland Community College in Freeport, Ill., and his freshman year (2007-08) at Missouri State-West Plains… as a sophomore, he was the starting power forward for a Highland team that went 31-6 overall, placed seventh at the NJCAA Men’s Div. I National Basketball Tournament and won the District IV, Region IV and Arrowhead Conference championships… one of four players from that Highland team to sign with an NCAA Div. I program…a first team all-conference selection after averaging 11.1 points and 5.9 rebounds per game…in addition, the left-hander shot 58.6 percent (143-244) from the field and 40.5 percent (15-37) from the threepoint line…named to the region all-tournament team…as a freshman at Missouri State-West Plains (where he backed up Paul Carter, who currently plays for Minnesota), Bjegovic appeared in 26 games while averaging 12.1 minutes, 4.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game…shot 45.6 percent (36-79) from the field and 39.1 percent (9-23) from the three-point line.

High School A 2007 graduate of Decatur Christian High School in Illinois…played one year of basketball after moving from Croatia to the United States in 2006…missed a good portion of the season with injury.

Personal Born March 1, 1988…parents are Milan and Ljiljana Bjegovic…a communication studies major…played five years for the KK Split club team in Croatia, and won a Croatian national championship with that squad in 2003…was also a member of both the under-16 and under-18 Croatian national teams.

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Duro Bjegovic's Career Statistics

total 3-pointers rebounds year gp-gs min-avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off-def tot avg pf fo a to blk st pts-avg 09-10 28-4 514-18.4 74-152 .487 22-47 .468 38-55 .691 27-84 111 4.0 28 0 18 36 2 8 208-7.4 totals 28-4 514-18.4 74-152 .487 22-47 .468 38-55 .691 27-84 111 4.0 28 0 18 36 2 8 208-7.4

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JOHN DICKSON

F • 6-6 • 185 • So. • San Francisco, Calif. • Fairfield HS

2009-10 Season

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS 22 at Montana State Feb. 18, 2010

FIELD GOALS MADE 8, Two Times Last at Montana St. (2-18-10) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 14 vs. Idaho State Dec. 19, 2009 THREE-POINTERS MADE 4 at Montana State Feb. 18, 2010 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 6 vs. Rice Nov. 13, 2009 FREE THROWS MADE 6 vs. Loyola Marymount Dec. 27, 2009 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 7, Four Times Last at Northern Colo. (1-22-10) REBOUNDS 7, Four Times Last vs. Montana (1-15-10) ASSISTS 2, Five Times Last vs. Northern Colo. (2-27-10) BLOCKED SHOTS 4 vs. Eastern Washington Feb. 7, 2010 STEALS 2, Three Times Last at Northern Colo. (1-22-10)

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Had one of the more impressive freshman campaigns in Sacramento State’s Div. I history (1991-pres.)…appeared in all 30 games (18 starts) while ranking among the Hornets’ top three players in points (9.7 ppg), field goals made (104), field goals attempted (236), field goal percentage (.441), three-point field goal percentage (.406, 28-69), free throws made (55), free throws attempted (91) and blocked shots (29)…narrowly missed out on becoming the third Hornet true freshman to average at least 10.0 points during the program’s Div. I era…his average of 1.0 blocked shots per game was the fourth best mark in the Big Sky Conference…scored in double figures 17 times, including a season-best 22 points at Montana State…had 19 points in the team’s win over Idaho State…42 of his 108 rebounds came on the offensive glass…shot 52.0 percent (13-25) from the three-point line over his final 10 games of the season.

High School A 2009 graduate of Fairfield High School in California…played four years of basketball and competed four years for the track and field team…in basketball, he was a three-year varsity starter where he played at shooting guard, small forward and power forward… a two-time first team all-league selection, Dickson was the Falcons’ leading scorer and rebounder his senior season (2008-09), averaging 20.3 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.5 blocked shots per game for a Fairfield squad that reached the CIF NorCal Championship semifinals…in fact, he helped the team to three straight NorCal Championship appearances and three consecutive Monticello Empire League titles…in addition, he helped the team to the Div. II Sac-Joaquin Section finals three years in a row, and Fairfield combined for a 77-22 overall record and a 38-2 league mark over that three-year span…was the team captain as a senior and became the first men’s basketball player in Fairfield High School history to sign a Div. I scholarship following his senior season… as a junior, he averaged 13.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game while helping lead the team to a 28-6 overall record and a 15-0 league mark.

Personal Born Dec. 19, 1990…parents are John Dickson and Kelli Danner…a business major…played for the Drew Gooden Soldiers (Richmond, Calif.) in 2008-09…all of his teammates from that squad are currently playing at the collegiate level.

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John Dickson's Career Statistics

total 3-pointers rebounds year gp-gs min-avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off-def tot avg pf fo a to blk st pts-avg 09-10 30-18 744-24.8 104-236 .441 28-69 .406 55-91 .604 42-66 108 3.6 80 1 21 41 29 17 291-9.7 totals 30-18 744-24.8 104-236 .441 28-69 .406 55-91 .604 42-66 108 3.6 80 1 21 41 29 17 291-9.7

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SULTAN TOLES-BEY

G • 5-10 • 170 • Sr. • Compton, Calif. • Fresno City JC • King Drew Magnet HS

2009-10 Season

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS 20 at Idaho State Jan. 30, 2010 FIELD GOALS MADE 6, Two Times Last at Idaho (11-24-09) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 18 at Idaho Nov. 24, 2009 THREE-POINTERS MADE 4 at Northern Arizona Jan. 24, 2010 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 6, Four Times Last vs. Montana St. (1-17-10) FREE THROWS MADE 8 vs. Seattle Jan. 9, 2010 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 8, Two Times Last at Idaho State (1-30-10) REBOUNDS 6 at Oregon State Nov. 21, 2009 ASSISTS 6, Five Times Last vs. Northern Ariz. (2-26-10) BLOCKED SHOTS 2 vs. Bethany Nov. 18, 2009 STEALS 4, Three Times Last at Montana St. (2-18-10)

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MINUTES 36, Two Times Last vs. Weber State (12-5-09)

Appeared in all 30 games, including 15 starts…was the team’s second leading scorer after finishing with 10.3 points per game…had a team-high 47 steals, and finished with averages of 2.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.6 steals per game…shot 33.1 percent (90-272) from the field, 34.6 percent (36-104) from the three-point line and 86.9 percent (93-107) from the free throw line…ranked among the Big Sky’s top six players in free throw percentage (3rd), steals (6th), assists (6th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (6th, +1.2)…the free throw percentage was also the 29th best mark in the nation, and seventh best single-season mark in school history…over a seven-game span (Nov. 15-Dec. 5), he converted 25 consecutive free throws, setting the Sacramento State Div. I era (1991pres.) record for most consecutive makes…in the final five minutes of games during the season, he was 50-for-53 (.943) from the free throw line…scored in double figures on 15 occasions, including a season-high 20 points in the Hornets’ road win at Idaho State…in the team’s upset at Oregon State, he totalled 17 points, six rebounds, three assists and a steal in 35 minutes… named the Big Sky’s Player of the Week after that game…had two steals or better in 12 different contests…that included a game at Montana State where he finished with seven points, six assists, five rebounds and four steals.

Junior College Spent three years at Fresno City College where he played in 2006-07 and 2008-09 (redshirt in 2007-08)…as a sophomore in 2008-09, he was named the state co-player of the year and first team all-conference after leading Fresno City to a Central Valley Conference championship, a 34-1 overall record and a perfect 12-0 league mark…that season, he averaged 17.4 points, 5.1 assists, 2.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game while shooting 44.9 percent (198-441) from the field, 43.6 percent (113-259) from the three-point line and 78.7 percent (100-127) from the free throw line…Fresno City won its first 34 games of the season and was ranked No. 1 in the state heading into the state tournament, but lost in the quarterfinals to Riverside Community College, 71-67…led the team in scoring, assists, field goals made, three-pointers made and free throws made… as a freshman in 2006-07, he played with current Hornet Mike Marcial in the Rams’ backcourt and helped the team to a 2007 California Community College State Tournament championship…that season, he averaged 8.3 points, 2.4 assists and 1.8 steals per game…named to the all-tournament team at the state tournament after averaging 17.7 points during the team’s final three games…spanning parts of his freshman (2006-07) and sophomore (2008-09) seasons, Toles-Bey helped lead Fresno City to 47 consecutive victories.

High School A 2006 graduate of Los Angeles’ King Drew Magnet High School…played two years at King Drew Magnet after transferring from Sarah T. Reed High School in New Orleans prior to his sophomore year…did not play at King Drew Magnet during his sophomore year, but was the team’s starting point guard his junior and senior seasons…was a first team all-conference and all-city selection both years when he led the team to conference titles in 2005 and 2006…during his senior season, he averaged 14.1 points, 6.5 assists, 6.5 rebounds and 3.1 steals per game…was a member of the varsity squad his freshman year at Sarah T. Reed.

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Sultan Toles-Bey's Career Statistics

total 3-pointers rebounds year gp-gs min-avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off-def tot avg pf fo a to blk st pts-avg 09-10 30-15 872-29.1 90-272 .331 36-104 .346 93-107 .869 15-62 77 2.6 45 0 100 82 3 47 309-10.3 totals 30-15 872-29.1 90-272 .331 36-104 .346 93-107 .869 15-62 77 2.6 45 0 100 82 3 47 309-10.3

2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL RETURNING REDSHIRTS

WALTER JACKSON

G/F • 6-5 • 180 • Jr. • Stockton, Calif. • San Joaquin Delta JC • Weston Ranch HS

2009-10 Season Practiced with the team, but did not play in any games…took a redshirt.

Junior College

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Played two years at Stockton’s San Joaquin Delta College (2007-09)…as a sophomore in 2008-09, he helped lead the Mustangs to a California Community College State Tournament Final Four appearance, a Big 8 Conference championship, a 29-6 overall record and a 12-2 league mark…that season, he was an all-state and first team all-conference selection after averaging 8.3 points, 10.6 rebounds and 4.5 blocked shots per game while shooting 51.2 percent (103-201) from the field and 47.7 percent (21-44) from the three-point line…his blocked shots were the third-best mark in the state and the rebounds were the 11th-best mark…grabbed double-figure rebounds in 23 of 31 games played, including seven doubledoubles…was also an all-tournament selection at the state tournament where he averaged 11.5 points, 11.3 rebounds and 2.8 blocked shots in four games..that included a 19-point, 15-rebound performance against San Diego City College in the quarterfinals…as a freshman (2007-08) he played in 28 games for Hornet head coach Brian Katz, finishing with averages of 3.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots per game…that team finished 27-6 overall and 12-2 in conference.

High School A 2007 graduate of Weston Ranch High School in Stockton, Calif…played basketball three years and spent one season as a high jumper for the track team…in basketball, he was a two-time first team all-Valley Oak League selection, and first team all-area selection as a senior…averaged 14.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 7.0 blocked shots per game as a senior when the team finishes as the Div. III Sac-Joaquin Section runner-ups…helped lead the team to a Valley Oak League title as a junior.

Personal Born March 12, 1989…parents are Walter Jackson and Alicia Calhoun…a communication studies major.

ALPHA N'DIAYE

C • 6-8 • 210 • Jr. • Bamako, Mali • Ohlone JC • Kodonso HS

2009-10 Season Practiced with the team but did not play in any games…took a redshirt.

Junior College

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Spent two seasons at Fremont’s Ohlone College (2007-09) where he helped lead the team to a combined 45-20 overall record and a 19-5 mark in the Coast Conference (North Division)…named honorable mention all-state and first team all-conference as a sophomore after averaging 8.4 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game while shooting 52.4 percent (120-229) from the field…among conference leaders, he ranked second in blocks, fifth in rebounds and tied for eighth in field goal percentage…over the final 13 games that season, he averaged 10.8 points, 8.9 rebounds and 3.2 blocks per game, including a 14-point, 17-rebound performance in the state playoffs against Merritt College…scored in double figures 12 times during the final 22 games…as a freshman in 2007-08, he averaged 5.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shot per game while shooting 53.4 percent (63-118) from the field…both seasons during N’Diaye’s tenure, Ohlone reached the regional finals of the state tournament.

High School A 2006 graduate of Kodonso High School in Africa…did not play basketball.

Personal Born Nov. 6, 1988…parents are Insa Oscar N’Diaye and Aisha Fofana…an economics major…moved from Mali to the United States and began playing basketball in 2007…has a 7-foot-1 wing span.

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JACKSON CARBAJAL G • 6-3 • 180 • Fr. • Clovis, Calif. • Buchanan HS

High School

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A 2010 graduate of Buchanan High School…played all four years for the varsity squad…set the Buchanan High School record with 1,535 career points…was key in upgrading a program that went from being winless in the Tri-River Athletic Conference his freshman season to sharing the league title and making the Central Section Division I final as a senior…a two-time first team all-conference selection, including the Tri-River Athletic Conference MVP and first team all-Metro (by the Fresno Bee) as a senior…during the 2009-10 season, he helped Buchanan to a 23-8 overall record while leading the team in scoring (17.7), rebounding (7.8) and steals (1.9)…as a junior, he was first team all-conference and second team all-Valley after posting team highs in points (16.6 per game), rebounds (6.2 per game) and steals (2.0 per game)…two-time team captain…a second team all-conference choice as a sophomore.

Personal Born May 29, 1991…parents are DeRon and Lisa Carbajal…a business major…has basketball in his bloodlines, as his grandfather, Frank, was a longtime head coach and member of both the California Community College Men’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, and the Northern Colorado Athletics Hall of Fame, where he played from 1958-61…Carbajal’s father, DeRon, also has high school head coaching experience.

KENDELL GROOM

G • 6-3 • 170 • Fr. • New Haven, Conn. • Hyde Leadership HS

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A 2010 graduate of Hyde Leadership High School in Hamden, Conn…four-year member of the varsity squad and three-year starting point guard…a three-time all-state selection (first team as a senior, honorable mention as a sophomore and junior) and two-time first team all-conference choice…led the Howling Wolves to a state championship and their first undefeated season in school history (27-0) in 2009-10…that season, the team also finished the year ranked third in the state while Groom averaged 14.1 points, 7.2 assists and 2.1 steals per game…in Hyde’s 70-58 win over Prince Tech in the 2010 state championship game, Groom had six points, 11 assists, five rebounds and five steals in 30 minutes…as a junior, he averaged 13.5 points, 8.0 assists and 2.9 steals per game while leading the team to a state finals appearance…the Howling Wolves won either the league championship or a share of the league title each of his final three years…was also the starting quarterback and safety for Hyde’s football team and led the squad to a state championship and an 11-1 record in 2009…combined between his basketball and football exploits, Groom won two state titles and those teams combined for a 38-1 record during the 2009-10 academic year…started at quarterback each of his final two years and was a first team all-conference selection each season.

Personal Born Nov. 10, 1991…parents are Keith Groom and Shawn Campbell…an undeclared major.

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HEATH HOFFMAN

G/F • 6-3 • 195 • Jr. • Winnebago, Ill. • Sauk Valley JC • Highland Community JC • Winnebago HS

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Played his sophomore season (2009-10) at Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon, Ill., and his freshman year (2008-09) at Highland Community College in Freeport, Ill…was a teammate of current Hornet forward Duro Bjegovic while playing at Highland…at Sauk Valley, he was a first team all-Arrowhead Conference selection and the league’s leading scorer after averaging 16.1 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game…went to the free throw line 161 times (5.8 attempts per game), and converted on 70.1 percent of those opportunities (113 makes)… also shot 43.4 percent (145-334) from the field and knocked down 47 three-pointers…scored in double figures in 25 of 28 games, including a performance against Kishwaukee College where he had 28 points, six rebounds and four assists…at Highland during his freshman year, Hoffman was part of a team that went 31-6 overall, placed seventh at the NJCAA Men’s Div. I National Basketball Tournament and won the District IV, Region IV and Arrowhead Conference championships…that season, he averaged 6.0 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 0.6 steals per game.

High School A 2008 graduate of Winnebago High School in Wennebago, Ill…was a three-year varsity starter, two-time all-state selection, and three-time first team all-Big Northern Conference choice…a unanimous first team selection during both his junior and senior seasons, he helped Winnebago to three straight regional championships (2005-08) and a 2006 sectional title…during his senior year, he averaged 20.1 points, 8.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.1 steals per game for a team that finished with a 25-3 record…as a junior, Hoffman posted averages of 21.6 points, 8.9 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game.

Personal Born Sept. 13, 1989…parents are Bill Hoffman and Dana Servatius…a communication studies major…played one season for former Chicago Bull Dickey Simpkins and the Next Level Performance AAU team.

JOSH McCARVER

C • 6-9 • 230 • Jr. • Las Vegas, Nev. • Cosumnes River JC • Green Valley HS

Junior College

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Played two years at Cosumnes River College (2008-10) in Sacramento…as a sophomore, he was a first team all-Big 8 Conference selection after helping the team to a final ranking of third in the state, a conference championship, a 23-6 overall record and a 12-2 league mark…averaged 6.8 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game, while shooting 63.2 percent (74-117) from the field…led the Big 8 Conference in both field goal percentage and rebounds that season, and ranked third in blocked shots…had four double-doubles, and grabbed double figures in rebounds on 12 occasions…one of those games came against Modesto Junior College where he had 10 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks…as a freshman (2008-09), he averaged 2.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.4 blocked shots per game…the blocks ranked as the fifth best mark in the conference.

High School A 2008 graduate of Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nev…played four years of basketball for the Gators… during his senior season (2007-08), he was team captain and averaged a double-double…as a junior, he helped lead the team to a semifinal appearance in the state tournament.

Personal Born April 30, 1990…son of Susan McCarver…a psychology major…played for Las Vegas Prospects AAU team in 2008.

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ZACH NELSON

F • 6-6 • 215 • Jr. • Sacramento, Calif. • Arizona Western JC • Bridgton Academy • Natomas HS

Junior College

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Played two seasons (2008-10) at Arizona Western College in Yuma, Ariz…as a sophomore, he was a second team all-Region I and second team all-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) selection after averaging 9.2 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.1 steals per game while shooting 53.1 percent (112-of211) from the floor and 66.7 percent (70-105) from the free throw line…of his team-high 264 rebounds during the season, 118 of those came on the offensive glass (3.4 per game)…finished eighth in the 12-team ACCAC in rebounding, and helped lead Arizona Western to a 24-8 overall record and a semifinal appearance in the conference playoffs…posted eight double-doubles (points and rebounds) during the season, including seven in the final 15 games…as a freshman (2008-09), he helped the team to a NJCAA Region I championship, an ACCAC title, a 25-5 overall record and an 18-4 conference mark…that year, he averaged 6.1 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.0 steals per game while shooting 44.3 percent (66-149) from the floor.

High School A 2008 graduate of Maine’s Bridgton Academy, a one-year, postgraduate private school…prepped locally at Natomas High School in Sacramento, where he helped lead the team to a 28-2 record his senior season and the third round of the CIF Playoffs…that year, he averaged 9.5 points and 11.1 rebounds per game…played both basketball and football at Natomas, earning a total of five varsity letters in the process.

Personal Born June 3, 1989…son of Diana Nelson…a communication studies major…in May of 2010, he was one of 10 players representing the state of Arizona at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Star Game in Las Vegas…in that contest, he finished with nine points and 11 rebounds and was named the Arizona Team’s Most Valuable Player.

MAGD OWAYED

F • 6-7 • 195 • Fr. • Nazareth, Israel • Nazareth Baptist HS

High School A 2009 graduate of Nazareth Baptist High School in Nazareth, Israel…played with the Israeli under-18 national team in 2009…one of 12 players from Israel selected to play for the under-18 national squad…started for Emek Yezrael of the under-18 Israeli Basketball League in 2009, and was named the team’s most improved player in 2008…in the 2009 Israeli Cup final against Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Owayed tallied 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds…that season, he averaged 18.0 points, 10.1 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots per game.

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Personal Born Nov. 13, 1991…parents are Waleed and Nawal Owayed…a business major with an accounting emphasis.

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ANTOINE PROCTOR

G • 6-3 • 200 • Jr. • Washington, D.C. • Sheridan JC • Woodlawn HS

Junior College

4

Played two years of basketball at Sheridan College (2008-10) in Sheridan, Wyo…helped lead the Generals to a 27-7 record, a North Sub-Region 9 title and a spot in the Region 9 championship game in 2009-10…played in 33 of the team’s 34 games and was a first team all-Region 9 selection after averaging 12.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game…shot 44.2 percent (136-308) from the field, 35.5 percent (49-138) from beyond the three-point line and 77.6 percent from the free-throw line (97-125)…scored in double figures 23 times, including a season-high 26 points against Casper College…as a freshman in 2008-09, Proctor helped the team to a 26-7 record and averaged 9.5 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.1 steals despite averaging just 16.0 minutes per game…shot 45.6 percent (111-243) from the field and 69.0 percent (69-100) from the free throw line.

High School A 2006 graduate of Woodlawn High School in Baltimore, Md…a four-year member of the varsity squad and a two-time all-Baltimore County Conference selection…was named the conference’s MVP as a senior after leading the team to a league title and regional championship appearance…that year, he averaged 18.0 points and 2.0 steals per game…had 26 points, five steals and three assists as a senior in the Baltimore County League championship game against Randallstown High School.

Personal Born April 10, 1987…parents are Anthony Proctor and Celenthia Barclay…a communication studies major.

PETE RAKOCEVIC

C • 6-11 • 220 • Fr. • Chicago, Ill. • Wilbraham & Monson Prep • Saint Laurence HS

High School

50

A 2009 graduate of Saint Laurence High School in Burbank, Ill…also played one season (2009-10) for Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Wilbraham, Mass., a one-year, postgraduate private school…was a third team all-Western New England Conference selection after averaging 12.1 points and 8.2 rebounds for a Wilbraham & Monson team that posted a 15-7 record in 2009-10…played four years for Saint Laurence High School… as a senior in 2008-09, he was a first team all-area, all-Chicago Catholic League and team MVP after averaging 18.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.5 blocked shots per game…that season, he averaged 6.2 trips to the free throw line per game, and converted on 111 of those 167 opportunities…scored in double figures in 22 of 27 games, including five games with at least 20 points…also had eight double-doubles, and blocked at least three shots on 16 occasions.

Personal Born Sept. 15, 1991…parents are Momo and Denise Rakocevic…an undeclared major.

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KONNER VETETO

C • 6-8 • 270 • Jr. • Auburn, Calif. • UC Riverside • Placer HS

Prior to Sacramento State

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Played two seasons (2008-10) at UC Riverside…appeared in 51 games (12 starts)…during that two-year span, he averaged one rebound every 3.5 minutes of play, combining to post 3.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 12.6 minutes per game while shooting 50.8 percent (66-130) from the field…of his 183 career rebounds, 71 came on the offensive glass…as a sophomore in 2009-10, he started the first eight games of the season, including a game against Sacramento State where he had six points and six rebounds in 20 minutes…tallied seven points and a career-high 13 rebounds at New Mexico in the season opener, and followed that with a team-best 14 points and eight rebounds in 28 minutes at USC…in the nine games he started during the season, Veteto averaged 6.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game…as a freshman in 2008-09, he tallied averages of 3.5 points, 3.2 rebounds and 11.6 minutes per game while shooting 59.6 percent (31-52) from the field…his season highs in points (15) and rebounds (11) both came against Cal Poly.

High School A 2007 graduate of Placer High School in Auburn, Calif…competed in basketball, football, volleyball and track and field for the Hillmen…in basketball, he was a two-time first team all-league selection…as a senior, he averaged 20.1 points and 10.0 rebounds per game…the team combined for a 39-18 record during his final two seasons…participated in the Sac vs. Bay Showdown which features the top high school basketball players in Northern California…qualified for the 2007 Sac-Joaquin Section Championships in the shot put…went on to attend Summit College Prep in Simi Valley, Calif., in 2007-08, playing for Summit’s elite prep program which is recognized as one of the best nationwide.

Personal Born Aug. 28, 1989…parents and Gary Veteto and Shauna Henson…a sociology major…mother, Shauna, played two years of basketball for Gonzaga, and father, Gary, swam for two years at BYU…cousin, Karly Sipherd, played volleyball for Nevada from 2004-07.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL 2010-11 OPPONENTS

School

Cal State Bakersfield

Bethany

North Dakota

UC Davis

Cal Poly

Date(s) Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Conference Arena

Nov. 14 – Home 4:35 p.m. Bakersfield, Calif. 8,000 Roadrunners Blue & Gold Independent Rabobank Arena

Nov. 16 – Home 7:05 p.m. Scotts Valley, Calif. 500 Bruins Maroon & Vegas Gold California Pacific Redwood Auditorium

Nov. 19 – Away 5:05 p.m. PST Grand Forks, N.D. 14,095 Fighting Sioux Kelly Green & White Great West Sioux Center

Nov. 23 – Home 7:05 p.m. Davis, Calif. 31,426 Aggies Blue & Gold Big West The Pavilion

Nov. 27 – Home 7:05 p.m. San Luis Obispo, Calif. 19,471 Mustangs Green, Copper & Gold Big West Mott Gym

Head Coach School Record Career Record Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Keith Brown 59-86 (5 yrs.) 100-194 (10 yrs.) Brian Dignan John Mosley Zack Grasmick

Mark Laird First Season First Season Chris Petiti George Golden Sr.

Brian Jones 50-67 (4 yrs.) Same Ryan Moody Bryan Martin Nate Philippe

Gary Stewart 78-128 (7 yrs.) 220-247 (17 yrs.) Kevin Nosek John Lamanna Brandon Laird

Joe Callero 12-19 (1 yr.) 151-149 (11 yrs.) Mark Amaral Mitch Freeman Omar Lowery

7-22 N/A N/A 6/5 3/2

2-24 1-11 (7th) N/A 5/8 1/4

8-23 N/A N/A 10/3 3/2

14-18 8-8 (T-3rd) N/A 7/5 4/1

12-19 7-9 (6th) N/A 7/5 3/2

Kevin Gilmore kgilmore@csub.edu (661) 654-6071 gorunners.com

Mike Carpenter mcarpenter@fc.bethany.edu (831) 438-3800 x3906 athletics.bethany.edu

Ryan Powell ryanpowell@mail.und.nodak.edu (701) 777-2986 fightingsioux.com

Ryan Burns rsburns@ucdavis.edu (530) 752-3505 ucdavisaggies.com

Chris Giovannetti cgiovann@calpoly.edu (805) 756-7513 gopoly.com

School

Washington State

Utah Valley

Loyola Marymount

William Jessup

McNeese State

Date(s)

Nov. 30 – Away 7:05 p.m. Pullman, Wash. 25,135 Cougars Crimson & Gray Pacific-10 Friel Court

Dec. 4 – Away 6:05 p.m. PST Orem, Utah 30,000 Wolverines Green, White & Gold Great West UCCU Center

Dec. 7 – Away 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles, Calif. 8,845 Lions Crimson, Navy & Gray West Coast Gersten Pavilion

Dec. 10 – Home 7:05 p.m. Rocklin, Calif. 750 Warriors Blue, White, Red & Black California Pacific University Activities Center

Dec. 19 – Away 1:05 p.m. Lake Charles, La. 8,246 Cowboys Blue & Gold Southland Burton Coliseum

Ken Bone 16-15 (1 yr.) 93-64 (5 yrs.) Curtis Allen Jeff Hironaka Ben Johnson

Dick Hunsaker 148-86 (8 yrs.) 315-159 (16 yrs.) Mike Kelly Steve Payne Paul Moss

Max Good 21-41 (2 yrs.) 263-264 (17 yrs.) Myke Scholl Jason Levy Chris Farr

Aaron Muhic 142-155 (10 yrs.) Same Jeff Bussell Brad Rogers

Dave Simmons 49-71 (4 yrs.) 76-100 (6 yrs.) David Dumars T.J. Marcum Steve Welch

16-15 8-10 (10th) N/A 9/6 5/0

12-18 5-7 (T-3rd) N/A 3/2 5/7

18-16 7-7 (T-4th) N/A 11/3 4/1

17-14 9-3 (2nd) N/A 13/2 4/1

10-20 5-11 (5th East Division) N/A 10/2 4/1

Jessica Schmick jessica_schmick@wsu.edu (509) 335-0255 wsucougars.com

Clint Burgi clint.burgi@uvu.edu (801) 863-8644 wolverinegreen.com

John Shaffer jshaffer@lmu.edu (310) 338-7643 lmulions.com

Jeff Bussell jbussell@jessup.edu (916) 577-2363 jessupathletics.com

Louis Bonnette lbonnette@mcneese.edu (337) 475-5202 mcneesesports.com

2009-10 Record 2009-10 Conference Postseason Returning/Lost Starters R/L SID Contact E-Mail Office Phone Website

Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Conference Arena Head Coach School Record Career Record Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach 2009-10 Record 2009-10 Conference Postseason Returning/Lost Starters R/L

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL 2010-11 OPPONENTS

School

Oklahoma

Eastern Washington

Idaho State

Montana State

Montana

Date(s)

Dec. 21 – Away 5:05 p.m. PST Norman, Okla. 30,092 Sooners Crimson & Cream Big 12 Lloyd Noble Center

Dec. 29 – Away – 7:05 Jan. 22 – Home – 7:05 Cheney, Wash. 11,504 Eagles Red & White Big Sky Reese Court

Dec. 31 – Away – 1:05 Jan. 27 – Home – 7:05 Pocatello, Idaho 15,041 Bengals Black & Orange Big Sky Holt Arena

Jan. 6 – Home – 7:05 Feb. 13 – Away – 11:05 Bozeman, Mont. 12,388 Bobcats Blue & Gold Big Sky Worthington Arena

Jan. 8 – Home – 7:05 Feb. 10 – Away – 6:05 Missoula, Mont. 14,207 Grizzlies Maroon & Silver Big Sky Dahlberg Arena

Jeff Capel 82-51 (4 yrs.) 161-92 (8 yrs.) Ben Betts Bryan Goodman Dionne Phelps

Kirk Earlywine 32-58 (3 yrs.) 53-66 (4 yrs.) Jamie Matthews Rachi Wortham Shantay Legans

Joe O’Brien 45-77 (4 yrs.) Same Geoff Alexander Tim Walsh Cory O'Brien

Brad Huse 55-65 (4 yrs.) 239-125 (12 yrs.) Brian Priebe Temesghen Starr Scott Carson

Wayne Tinkle 70-53 (4 yrs.) Same Bill Evans Andy Hill Freddie Owens

13-18 4-12 (T-9th) N/A 5/8 1/4

9-21 5-11 (7th) N/A 5/6 3/2

7-22 4-12 (8th) N/A 4/7 1/4

15-14 10-6 (3rd) N/A 4/6 2/3

22-10 10-6 (3rd) NCAA First Round 5/6 2/3

Mike Houck mhouck@ou.edu (405) 325-8231 soonersports.com

Dave Cook dcook@mail.ewu.edu (509) 359-6334 goeags.com

Steve Schaack schaste4@isu.edu (208) 282-2621 isubengals.com

Bill Lamberty blamberty@msubobcats.com (406) 994-5133 msubobcats.com

Dave Guffey guffeydb@mso.umt.edu (406) 243-5402 montanagrizzlies.com

Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Conference Arena Head Coach School Record Career Record Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach 2009-10 Record 2009-10 Conference Postseason Returning/Lost Starters R/L SID Contact E-Mail Office Phone Website

School

Weber State

Northern Arizona

Northern Colorado

Portland State

Date(s)

Jan. 13 – Away – 6:05 Feb. 26 – Home – 7:05 Ogden, Utah 23,200 Wildcats Royal Purple & White Big Sky Dee Events Center

Jan. 15 – Away – 5:35 Feb. 24 – Home – 7:05 Flagstaff, Ariz. 23,600 Lumberjacks Blue, Gold & Sage Big Sky Walkup Skydome

Jan. 20 – Home – 7:05 Mar. 2 – Away – 6:05 Greeley, Colo. 12,148 Bears Blue & Gold Big Sky Butler-Hancock Pavilion

Jan. 29 – Away – 7:05 Feb. 3 – Home – 7:05 Portland, Ore. 27,972 Vikings Green, White & Silver Big Sky Stott Center

Randy Rahe 77-47 (4 yrs.) Same Eric Duft Tim Gardner Phil Beckner

Mike Adras 172-150 (11 yrs.) Same Quintin Grogan Will Hensley Jay Collins

B.J. Hill First Season First Season Shawn Ellis Chris Craig Ryan Martin

Tyler Geving 13-19 (1 yr.) Same Andy McClouskey Eric Harper Anthony Owens

20-11 13-3 (1st) NIT First Round 6/4 2/3

14-14 8-8 (5th) N/A 9/2 4/1

25-8 12-4 (2nd) CIT Quarterfinals 8/2 3/2

13-19 7-9 (6th) N/A 8/5 3/2

Brad Larsen blarsen3@weber.edu (801) 626-6010 weberstatesports.com

Steve Shaff steven.shaff@nau.edu (928) 523-6792 nauathletics.com

Scott Ward scott.ward@unco.edu (970) 351-2522 uncbears.com

Mike Lund lundm@pdx.edu (503) 725-5602 goviks.com

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL TRAVEL ITINERARY Cheney, WA Eastern Washington Dec. 29

Pullman, WA Washington State Nov. 30

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• Portland, OR Portland State Jan. 29

Missoula, MT Montana Feb. 10

Grand Forks, ND North Dakota Nov. 19 Pocatello, ID Idaho State Dec. 31

• • • •

Bozeman, MT Montana State Feb. 13

Los Angeles, CA Loyola Marymount Dec. 7

Greeley, CO Northern Colorado Mar. 2

Flagstaff, AZ Northern Arizona Jan. 15

Orem, UT Utah Valley Dec. 4

Ogden, UT Weber State Jan. 13

Norman, OK Oklahoma Dec. 21 Lake Charles, LA McNeese State Dec. 19

North Dakota

McNeese State

Weber State

Montana State

Washington State

Oklahoma

Northern Arizona

Northern Colorado

Utah Valley

Eastern Washington

Portland State

Loyola Marymount

Idaho State

Montana

Hilton Garden Inn 4301 James Ray Dr. Grand Forks, ND 58203 (701) 746-0298 Depart from Sacramento: Nov. 18 Return to Sacramento: Nov. 20 Holiday Inn Express 1190 S.E. Bishop Blvd. Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4437 Depart from Sacramento: Nov. 29 Return to Sacramento: Dec. 1 Springhill Suites 1580 N. Freedom Blvd. Provo, UT 84601 (801) 373-0073 Depart from Sacramento: Dec. 3 Return to Sacramento: Dec. 5 Courtyard by Marriott LAX 6161 W. Century Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 649-1400 Depart from Sacramento: Dec. 6 Return to Sacramento: Dec. 8

Fairfield Inn & Suites Lake Charles 2615 Ruth Street Sulphur, LA 70665 (337) 528-2629 Depart from Sacramento: Dec. 18 Depart for Oklahoma: Dec. 20 Fairfield Inn & Suites 301 Norman Center Ct. Norman, OK 73072 (405) 447-1661 Arrive from Louisiana: Dec. 20 Return to Sacramento: Dec. 22 Holiday Inn Spokane Airport 1616 S. Windsor Dr. Spokane, WA 99224 (509) 838-1170 Depart from Sacramento: Dec. 28 Depart for Pocatello: Dec. 30 Holiday Inn 1399 Bench Rd. Pocatello, ID 83201 (208) 237-1400 Arrive from Cheney: Dec. 30 Return to Sacramento: Dec. 31

Marriott Ogden 247 24th Street Ogden, UT 84401 (801) 395-2047 Depart from Sacramento: Jan. 12 Depart for Flagstaff: Jan. 14 Hilton Garden Inn 350 West Forest Meadows St. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 226-8888 Arrive from Ogden: Jan. 14 Return to Sacramento: Jan. 16

Holiday Inn Bozeman 5 Baxter Lane Bozeman, MT 59715 (406) 587-4561 Arrive from Missoula: Feb. 11 Return to Sacramento: Feb. 13 Holiday Inn Express 2563 W 29th St. Greeley, CO 80631 (877) 863-4780 Depart from Sacramento: Mar. 1 Return to Sacramento: Mar. 3

Portland Marriott City Center 520 SW Broadway Portland, OR 97205 (503) 226-6300 Depart from Sacramento: Jan. 28 Return to Sacramento: Jan. 30 Doubletree Hotel 100 Madison Missoula, MT 59802 (406) 728-3100 Depart from Sacramento: Feb. 9 Depart for Bozeman: Feb. 11

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 48th year of athletic competition in 2010-11. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). For the fifth straight year, the Big Sky is a nine-team league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Colorado is the newest member of the league, having joined the conference in 2006. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Five times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, and Montana has played for the title each of the past two seasons. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in

Doug Fullerton Commissioner

Ron Loghry

Associate Commissioner

Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., the legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The 2010-11 season will mark the 23rd year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 16th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

Jaynee Nadolski

Asst. Commissioner/ Director of Compliance

Jon Kasper

Asst. Commissioner/ Media Relations

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON REVIEW

Overall: 9-21 • Home: 5-8 • Away: 3-12 • Neutral: 1-1 Conference: 3-13 • Home: 2-6 • Away: 1-7 • Neutral: 0-0 Date

Opponent

Score

Atten.

High Scorer

High Rebounds

High Assists

11/13

%at Rice

L, 51-81

1631

Dickson (14)

Toles-Bey, Selling (5)

Daniel (3)

11/14

%vs. Houston Baptist

W, 70-60

1714

Selling (17)

Selling (6)

Toles-Bey (6)

11/15

%vs. South Alabama

L, 58-70

1745

Four Players (10)

Daniel (7)

Toles-Bey (3)

11/18

BETHANY

W, 90-75

677

Toles-Bey (17)

Selling (8)

Marcial (10)

11/21

at Oregon State

W, 65-63

4316

Toles-Bey (17)

Selling (10)

Marcial (5)

11/24

at Idaho

L, 61-75

740

Toles-Bey (16)

Eller, Bjegovic (6)

Toles-Bey (5)

11/28

UC RIVERSIDE

L, 58-59

626

Toles-Bey (13)

Dickson (7)

Toles-Bey (6)

12/2

at UC Davis

W, 59-57

1588

Dickson (14)

Selling (6)

Marcial (6)

12/5

*WEBER STATE

L, 65-80

703

Toles-Bey (14)

Eller (7)

Marcial (3)

12/8

at USC

L, 36-51

2213

Toles-Bey (8)

Bjegovic, Daniel (5)

Three Players (1)

12/12

at Pacific

L, 49-79

2453

Bjegovic (9)

Selling (8)

Dickson, Malloy (2)

12/19

*IDAHO STATE

W, 64-63

529

Dickson (19)

Eller (10)

Toles-Bey (6)

12/21

WILLIAM JESSUP

W, 74-42

672

Eller (14)

Eller (8)

Marcial, Flaggs (4)

12/27

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

L, 78-82

712

Toles-Bey (17)

Dickson (7)

Marcial (6)

12/31

*at Eastern Washington

L, 75-79

1152

Flaggs (18)

Eller (9)

Toles-Bey (5)

1/2

*at Portland State

L, 66-94

1024

Bjegovic (17)

Eller (8)

Toles-Bey (3)

1/9

SEATTLE

W, 80-67

783

Flaggs, Bjegovic (16) Daniel (9)

Marcial (5)

1/15

*MONTANA

L, 56-57

709

Eller (14)

Eller (12)

Marcial (4)

1/17

*MONTANA STATE

L, 53-58

592

Daniel (18)

Daniel (6)

Marcial (5)

1/22

*at Northern Colorado

L, 65-79

2853

Daniel, Eller (14)

Eller (8)

Toles-Bey (4)

1/24

*at Northern Arizona

L, 71-75

592

Toles-Bey (17)

Dickson (6)

Marcial (5)

1/29

*at Weber State

L, 59-81

5118

Eller (12)

Eller, Selling (7)

Toles-Bey (4)

1/30

*at Idaho State

W, 72-55

2603

Toles-Bey (20)

Bjegovic (12)

Marcial (3)

2/5

*PORTLAND STATE

L, 62-76

962

Eller (18)

Malloy, Eller (5)

Marcial (4)

2/7

*EASTERN WASHINGTON

W, 74-67

396

Eller (17)

Bjegovic (8)

Marcial (6)

2/13

at Seattle

L, 67-98

2917

Eller (18)

Eller (5)

Toles-Bey, Stigall (3)

2/18

*at Montana State

L, 74-80

3135

Dickson (22)

Bjegovic (7)

Toles-Bey, Marcial (6)

2/20

*at Montana

L, 58-86

3749

Toles-Bey (14)

Eller (7)

Flaggs (3)

2/26

*NORTHERN ARIZONA

L, 59-73

731

Eller (14)

Three Players (5)

Toles-Bey (6)

2/27

*NORTHERN COLORADO

L, 66-78

754

Eller (25)

Dickson (6)

Toles-Bey (4)

% Rice Basketball Challenge (Houston, Texas) * Big Sky Conference games

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2009-10 Overall Statistics Player G-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF-DEF TOT-AVG PF-FO A TO BS ST PTS-AVG ELLER, Justin 30-24 788-26.3 119-240 .496 0-6 .000 100-142 .704 59-106 165-5.5 63-1 16 45 13 7 338-11.3 TOLES-BEY, Sultan 30-15 872-29.1 90-272 .331 36-104 .346 93-107 .869 15-62 77-2.6 45-0 100 82 3 47 309-10.3 DICKSON, John 30-18 744-24.8 104-236 .441 28-69 .406 55-91 .604 42-66 108-3.6 80-1 21 41 29 17 291-9.7 FLAGGS, Antonio 29-26 692-23.9 71-177 .401 38-103 .369 38-49 .776 7-61 68-2.3 63-1 44 32 6 21 218-7.5 BJEGOVIC, Duro 28-4 514-18.4 74-152 .487 22-47 .468 38-55 .691 27-84 111-4.0 28-0 18 36 2 8 208-7.4 DANIEL, Domineek 30-14 490-16.3 69-175 .394 13-44 .295 30-47 .638 24-73 97-3.2 82-3 27 60 21 46 181-6.0 SELLING, Michael 29-16 489-16.9 70-167 .419 4-26 .154 16-27 .593 38-75 113-3.9 73-1 18 38 4 19 160-5.5 MARCIAL, Mike 30-23 710-23.7 30-76 .395 16-39 .410 24-32 .750 5-59 64-2.1 53-0 103 37 2 27 100-3.3 NORRIS, David 4-0 42-10.5 5-14 .357 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-4 5-1.3 5-0 2 1 1 3 11-2.8 MALLOY, Jonathan 21-1 228-10.9 13-42 .310 6-20 .300 16-23 .696 11-19 30-1.4 26-0 12 15 3 3 48-2.3 STIGALL, Jared 29-9 330-11.4 16-55 .291 11-40 .275 5-6 .833 0-23 23-0.8 26-0 23 18 0 15 48-1.7 LOPEZ, Dani 12-0 78-6.5 8-20 .400 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 9-10 19-1.6 15-0 0 10 1 1 18-1.5 JOHNSTIN, Brad 8-0 23-2.9 2-6 .333 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-4 4-0.5 4-0 1 2 0 2 5-0.6 Team 39-47 86-2.9 Total 30 6000 671-1632 .411 176-507 .347 417-583 .715 277-693 970-32.3 563-7 385 424 85 216 1935-64.5 Opponents 30 6000 732-1645 .445 197-563 .350 479-647 .740 320-779 1099-36.6 529-8 414 427 100 206 2140-71.3

2009-10 Big Sky Conference Statistics Player G-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF-DEF TOT-AVG PF-FO A TO BS ST PTS-AVG ELLER, Justin 16-15 460-28.8 80-150 .533 0-5 .000 52-73 .712 31-68 99-6.2 34-0 10 22 10 5 212-13.3 TOLES-BEY, Sultan 16-4 456-28.5 43-129 .333 19-51 .373 51-61 .836 9-30 39-2.4 24-0 57 43 0 19 156-9.8 DICKSON, John 16-9 413-25.8 52-123 .423 20-43 .465 31-51 .608 27-33 60-3.8 43-0 12 20 15 9 155-9.7 BJEGOVIC, Duro 16-4 333-20.8 48-99 .485 14-29 .483 24-36 .667 13-56 69-4.3 19-0 14 22 0 4 134-8.4 FLAGGS, Antonio 15-14 360-24.0 38-91 .418 20-54 .370 14-18 .778 4-29 33-2.2 34-1 20 15 3 14 110-7.3 DANIEL, Domineek 16-10 250-15.6 34-89 .382 7-22 .318 16-24 .667 11-34 45-2.8 49-3 13 26 11 24 91-5.7 SELLING, Michael 15-6 221-14.7 27-77 .351 2-13 .154 12-18 .667 15-28 43-2.9 34-0 9 16 2 10 68-4.5 MARCIAL, Mike 16-11 378-23.6 19-38 .500 10-22 .455 16-22 .727 2-25 27-1.7 28-0 55 20 1 11 64-4.0 MALLOY, Jonathan 12-1 148-12.3 8-25 .320 4-11 .364 14-19 .737 7-12 19-1.6 16-0 7 8 3 3 34-2.8 STIGALL, Jared 15-6 167-11.1 4-23 .174 2-16 .125 3-4 .750 0-12 12-0.8 16-0 13 9 0 3 13-0.9 LOPEZ, Dani 4-0 11-2.8 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-1 3-0.8 1-0 0 2 1 0 2-0.5 JOHNSTIN, Brad 1-0 3-3.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-1.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 Team 25-13 38-2.4 Total 16 3200 354-848 .417 98-266 .368 233-328 .710 146-342 488-30.5 298-4 210 207 46 102 1039-64.9 Opponents 16 3200 401-865 .464 116-311 .373 263-348 .756 168-406 574-35.9 291-6 220 199 52 101 1181-73.8

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON REVIEW 2009-10 Superlatives SACRAMENTO STATE TEAM HIGHS Points......................... 90 vs. Bethany (11/18/09) FGM.......................... 34 vs. Bethany (11/18/09) FGA...............................67 at Idaho (11/24/09) FG%.. .588 (30-51) vs. William Jessup (12/21/09) 3FG Made...........11 at Montana State (2/18/10) 3FG Att.............................23 at Rice (11/13/09) 3FG%.... .563 (9-16) at Oregon State (11/21/09) FTM....................22 (2x), last vs. Seattle (1/9/10) FTA.....................29 (3x), last vs. Seattle (1/9/10) FT%...... .846 (11-13) at Montana State (2/18/10) REB............................ 44 vs. Bethany (11/18/09) AST........................... 23 vs. Bethany (11/18/09) Steals.......................... 13 at UC Davis (12/2/09) BLK...............10 vs. Eastern Washington (2/7/10) TO.............................. 23 at UC Davis (12/2/09) Fouls.......................... 25 vs. Bethany (11/18/09) SACRAMENTO STATE INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Points........ 25, Eller vs. Northern Colo. (2/27/10) FGM......... 10, Eller vs. Northern Colo. (2/27/10) FGA............... 18, Toles-Bey at Idaho (11/24/09) FG%...889 (8-9), Selling vs. Houston Baptist (11/14/09) 3FG..................... 4, Dickson once, Toles-Bey once 3FGA... 8, Flaggs at Northern Arizona (1/24/10) FTM........................ 10, Eller at Seattle (2/13/10) FTA......................... 12, Eller at Seattle (2/13/10) FT%......1.000 (8-8), Toles-Bey vs. Seattle (1/9/10) REB.......................... 12, Bjegovic once, Eller once AST.............. 10, Marcial vs. Bethany (11/18/09) STL....................6, Daniel at UC Davis (12/2/09) BLK........... 4, Dickson vs. Eastern Wash. (2/7/10) TO.....................8, Daniel at UC Davis (12/2/09)

Game-By-Game Statistics Score Sacramento State 51 Rice 81 Sacramento State 70 Houston Baptist 60 South Alabama 70 Sacramento State 58 Bethany 75 Sacramento State 90 Sacramento State 65 Oregon State 63 Sacramento State 61 Idaho 75 UC Riverside 59 Sacramento State 58 Sacramento State 59 UC Davis 57 Weber State 80 Sacramento State 65 Sacramento State 36 USC 51 Sacramento State 49 Pacific 79 Idaho State 63 Sacramento State 64 Loyola Marymount 82 Sacramento State 78 Sacramento State 75 Eastern Washington 79 Sacramento State 66 Portland State 94 Seattle 67 Sacramento State 80 Montana 57 Sacramento State 56 Montana State 58 Sacramento State 53 Sacramento State 65 Northern Colorado 79 Sacramento State 71 Northern Arizona 75 Sacramento State 59 Weber State 81 Sacramento State 72 Idaho State 55 Portland State 76 Sacramento State 62 Eastern Washington 67 Sacramento State 74 Sacramento State 67 Seattle 98 Sacramento State 74 Montana State 80 Sacramento State 58 Montana 86 Northern Arizona 73 Sacramento State 59 Northern Colorado 78 Sacramento State 66

1st-2nd FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT Off-Def REB A TO BLK STL 22-29 18-53 .340 6-23 .261 9-14 .643 8-20 28 12 18 2 9 34-47 27-55 .491 11-23 .478 16-22 .727 12-28 40 21 16 2 12 38-32 26-58 .448 4-16 .250 14-18 .778 11-25 36 14 14 5 8 35-25 21-55 .382 1-15 .067 17-23 .739 12-24 36 13 18 3 7 21-49 21-47 .447 5-14 .357 23-26 .885 6-25 31 17 18 2 3 29-29 19-48 .396 4-15 .267 16-25 .640 9-22 31 8 20 3 8 38-37 24-54 .444 12-24 .500 15-21 .714 2-24 26 15 19 1 7 50-40 34-66 .515 8-20 .400 14-20 .700 12-32 44 23 14 3 9 44-21 23-58 .397 9-16 .563 10-12 .833 7-32 39 12 14 2 6 22-41 25-60 .417 4-15 .267 9-15 .600 7-30 37 13 13 2 7 34-27 24-67 .358 5-19 .263 8-8 1.000 14-24 38 9 11 1 10 45-30 24-54 .444 7-19 .368 20-31 .645 13-29 42 17 13 5 7 24-35 21-54 .389 4-13 .308 13-18 .722 15-31 46 10 19 4 4 19-39 19-52 .365 5-21 .238 15-26 .577 8-20 28 13 12 4 10 35-24 21-40 .525 5-14 .357 12-17 .706 1-27 28 18 23 5 13 27-30 20-60 .333 4-20 .200 13-16 .813 15-19 34 14 18 1 10 30-50 27-67 .403 7-25 .280 19-23 .826 15-27 42 16 7 1 6 32-33 20-54 .370 3-14 .214 22-29 .759 10-27 37 10 12 2 3 16-20 14-61 .230 3-16 .188 5-8 .625 12-17 29 3 12 0 6 24-27 18-43 .419 3-12 .250 12-20 .600 12-37 49 13 25 12 6 24-25 16-53 .302 4-15 .267 13-19 .684 14-29 43 8 21 3 3 47-32 27-60 .450 9-21 .429 16-22 .727 8-27 35 18 7 6 13 29-34 23-58 .397 5-21 .238 12-17 .706 14-24 38 9 13 3 8 24-40 23-52 .442 6-20 .300 12-20 .600 11-24 35 19 15 2 8 37-45 28-59 .475 7-19 .368 19-30 .633 13-35 48 17 15 2 6 30-48 25-65 .385 7-17 .412 21-26 .808 8-27 35 11 8 1 6 26-49 24-55 .436 7-15 .467 20-29 .690 7-31 38 11 14 4 7 33-46 25-60 .417 11-25 .440 18-22 .818 6-29 35 17 11 3 2 34-32 24-58 .414 8-15 .533 10-14 .714 10-15 25 11 10 1 6 43-51 32-59 .542 13-27 .481 17-22 .773 16-27 43 16 13 7 5 32-35 24-60 .400 4-20 .200 15-19 .789 14-19 33 8 20 3 5 28-52 27-51 .529 4-15 .267 22-29 .759 8-24 32 14 19 4 9 29-28 21-50 .420 5-19 .263 10-17 .588 5-29 34 12 12 2 5 30-26 21-58 .362 3-12 .250 11-14 .786 9-28 37 10 10 3 8 16-42 14-41 .341 4-16 .250 26-33 .788 6-30 36 9 14 4 5 16-37 20-58 .345 5-20 .250 8-12 .667 11-22 33 11 13 1 10 31-34 23-56 .411 4-15 .267 15-22 .682 5-27 32 9 15 3 8 34-45 24-57 .421 11-25 .440 20-29 .690 12-33 45 18 16 4 8 31-40 23-50 .460 8-22 .364 17-21 .810 7-17 24 13 14 1 2 28-47 28-49 .571 3-14 .214 16-20 .800 6-24 30 18 13 4 9 28-31 18-52 .346 8-16 .500 15-22 .682 10-21 31 10 12 2 6 36-45 31-59 .525 10-21 .476 9-11 .818 9-27 36 15 9 4 6 36-36 22-42 .524 9-19 .474 19-28 .679 5-21 26 14 6 5 4 23-32 22-57 .386 2-15 .133 9-12 .750 13-18 31 7 9 2 2 28-48 26-54 .481 6-17 .353 18-25 .720 18-18 36 10 14 4 9 31-31 24-46 .522 8-16 .500 18-24 .750 4-26 30 18 12 10 5 26-41 24-62 .387 6-21 .286 13-19 .684 16-21 37 12 10 3 5 37-37 24-46 .522 8-16 .500 18-24 .750 4-26 30 18 12 10 5 27-40 21-61 .344 7-20 .350 18-24 .750 14-15 29 10 17 4 6 51-47 36-59 .610 6-12 .500 20-24 .833 12-29 41 14 15 2 8 25-49 26-63 .413 11-22 .500 11-13 .846 17-18 35 20 13 0 8 38-42 23-43 .535 8-16 .500 26-34 .765 7-22 29 16 14 4 8 31-27 20-49 .408 7-17 .412 11-17 .647 8-19 27 10 19 1 2 37-49 32-52 .615 10-18 .556 12-20 .600 6-26 32 20 13 3 14 26-47 23-50 .460 7-16 .438 20-21 .952 11-25 36 13 13 2 5 27-32 21-52 .404 6-18 .333 11-20 .550 11-16 27 15 12 5 8 43-35 26-47 .553 8-15 .533 18-23 .783 8-26 34 12 18 2 4 33-33 23-54 .426 1-13 .077 19-25 .760 10-16 26 15 14 3 9

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Opponent Dickson Malloy Stigall Marcial Lopez Toles-Bey Flaggs Daniel Selling Bjegovic Eller at Rice 14-1-1 1-0-1 3-0-1 2-3-2 2-3-0 6-5-2 3-3-2 7-3-3 6-5-0 0-0-0 7-2-0 vs. Houston Baptist 10-4-1 0-1-0 6-2-0 3-2-1 0-0-0 6-3-6 6-5-4 15-2-1 17-6-0 DNP 7-5-1 vs. South Alabama 10-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 8-2-2 DNP 10-4-3 10-5-1 10-7-0 4-3-1 0-0-0 6-2-1 BETHANY 15-1-2 0-2-0 3-1-3 5-7-10 2-6-0 17-2-4 9-2-1 6-2-0 10-8-1 4-6-1 10-5-0 at Oregon State 7-5-0 DNP 0-0-0 5-2-5 0-0-0 17-6-3 10-2-2 7-3-2 6-10-0 1-0-0 12-5-0 at Idaho 10-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-0-0 16-4-5 3-3-0 4-3-0 15-5-1 9-6-0 4-6-0 UC RIVERSIDE 11-7-0 DNP 0-0-1 0-3-1 DNP 13-2-6 11-0-2 2-2-1 7-3-1 2-3-0 10-3-0 at UC Davis 14-3-1 DNP 0-1-0 0-4-6 DNP 13-4-2 7-2-5 7-3-1 0-6-3 10-0-0 8-4-0 WEBER STATE 6-4-0 2-3-1 0-2-0 11-6-3 DNP 14-5-2 DNP 3-2-1 13-6-2 4-1-0 12-7-1 at USC 4-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 3-1-1 4-4-0 8-0-1 5-1-0 4-5-0 2-3-0 5-5-1 1-4-0 at Pacific 7-5-2 6-0-2 5-1-1 0-2-0 2-3-0 6-3-1 2-4-0 0-2-1 8-8-1 9-5-0 4-6-0 IDAHO STATE 19-3-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-3-5 0-2-0 10-3-6 10-6-3 7-1-2 DNP 0-2-2 10-10-0 WILLIAM JESSUP 4-4-1 4-5-1 5-2-0 5-3-4 6-0-0 7-0-3 6-4-4 10-4-2 4-2-1 4-6-2 14-8-1 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 14-7-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 5-1-6 DNP 17-2-2 14-1-2 0-4-0 8-6-0 4-5-0 14-6-1 at Eastern Washington 11-7-0 DNP 0-1-0 10-2-2 DNP 10-1-5 18-3-1 0-4-0 10-2-0 7-6-3 9-9-0 at Portland State 12-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 4-0-2 0-0-0 7-1-3 5-1-1 5-1-2 6-3-0 17-6-1 10-8-1 SEATTLE 10-4-1 DNP 3-0-1 0-1-5 DNP 13-3-2 16-1-1 11-9-2 0-3-0 16-5-0 11-5-2 MONTANA 6-7-0 DNP 0-1-0 0-2-4 DNP 7-2-3 11-5-0 12-5-1 4-1-1 2-2-0 14-12-1 MONTANA STATE 6-4-0 DNP 0-2-3 0-2-5 DNP 6-2-2 4-3-0 18-6-0 2-5-0 2-1-1 15-5-0 at Northern Colorado 13-3-0 0-2-0 2-0-1 0-0-1 2-1-0 2-1-4 6-3-1 14-5-1 8-3-0 4-6-0 14-8-1 at Northern Arizona 10-6-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-2-5 DNP 17-3-2 8-3-3 7-0-0 0-2-0 16-3-1 13-3-0 at Weber State 7-1-0 4-1-1 3-1-1 3-3-2 DNP 6-2-4 3-0-0 6-2-0 5-7-1 10-5-1 12-7-0 at Idaho State 3-2-2 16-3-1 3-0-2 5-1-3 DNP 20-3-2 0-0-1 2-1-1 0-1-0 17-12-2 6-1-0 PORTLAND STATE 11-2-1 3-5-3 0-1-0 7-0-4 0-0-0 12-2-3 6-1-0 0-1-0 1-3-2 4-2-0 18-5-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON 12-1-1 0-1-0 2-1-3 6-2-6 DNP 8-3-4 11-3-1 5-3-0 0-2-0 13-8-2 17-3-1 at Seattle 6-2-0 3-2-1 8-3-3 0-3-2 DNP 4-0-3 6-2-0 7-3-1 5-2-0 10-1-0 18-5-0 at Montana State 22-6-1 0-1-0 DNP 10-2-6 DNP 7-5-6 5-1-2 2-2-3 2-1-1 16-7-0 10-6-1 at Montana 5-2-0 5-0-1 0-2-1 0-1-2 DNP 14-2-1 8-1-3 0-2-0 13-6-1 0-1-0 13-7-1 NORTHERN ARIZONA 6-5-1 0-1-0 0-0-2 0-1-2 DNP 8-3-6 12-3-3 7-5-0 0-0-0 12-3-0 14-5-1 NORTHERN COLORADO 6-6-2 4-2-0 3-0-0 0-0-3 DNP 8-1-4 3-0-1 3-5-2 4-1-1 10-4-1 25-3-1

2009-10 Superlatives Led/Shared Team Lead in Rebounds

Double Figures – Scoring Justin Eller John Dickson Sultan Toles-Bey Duro Bjegovic Antonio Flaggs Domineek Daniel Michael Selling Mike Marcial Jonathan Malloy

21 17 15 11 10 7 6 3 1

Double Figures - Rebounding Justin Eller Duro Bjegovic Michael Selling

2 1 1

Led/Shared Team Lead in Scoring Sultan Toles-Bey Justin Eller John Dickson Duro Bjegovic Antonio Flaggs Domineek Daniel Michael Selling

11 9 5 3 3 2 1

Justin Eller Michael Selling Duro Bjegovic Domineek Daniel John Dickson Jonathan Malloy Sultan Toles-Bey

13 7 5 5 5 1 1

Led/Shared Team Lead in Assists Mike Marcial Sultan Toles-Bey Domineek Daniel Antonio Flaggs Duro Bjegovic John Dickson Jonathan Malloy Jared Stigall

14 14 2 2 1 1 1 1

Games Missed Due To Injury/Other Brad Johnstin Duro Bjegovic Antonio Flaggs Michael Selling

10 2 1 1

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON REVIEW Game 1 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 13,2005 2009 Game

Game 1 2 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 14,2005 2009 Game

Game 1 3 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 15,2005 2009 Game

Rice 81 • Sacramento State 51

Sacramento State 70 • Houston Baptist 60

South Alabama 70 • Sacramento State 58

SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 5-10 3-6 1-1 1 14 1 2 2 1 25 Eller-c 2-5 0-0 3-4 2 7 0 2 0 0 26 Marcial-g 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 2 0 1 21 Toles-Bey-g 1-9 0-5 4-5 5 6 2 1 0 4 26 Flaggs-g 1-6 1-4 0-0 3 3 2 0 0 0 16 Malloy 0-1 0-1 1-2 0 1 1 0 0 0 13 Stigall 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 1 2 0 1 17 Lopez 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 3 0 0 12 Daniel 3-9 1-3 0-2 3 7 3 3 0 1 19 Selling 3-5 0-1 0-0 5 6 0 3 0 0 20 Johnstin 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 Team 3 Totals 18-53 6-23 9-14 28 51 12 18 2 9 201

SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 4-9 0-1 2-2 4 10 1 3 2 2 29 Selling-f 8-9 0-0 1-1 6 17 0 2 0 0 25 Stigall-g 2-4 2-4 0-0 2 6 0 1 0 1 15 Marcial-g 1-1 0-0 1-2 2 3 1 1 0 1 16 Flaggs-g 2-7 1-3 1-2 5 6 4 1 1 1 34 Malloy 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Lopez 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Toles-Bey 3-12 0-3 0-1 3 6 6 4 0 1 30 Daniel 6-13 1-4 2-2 2 15 1 1 2 2 23 Eller 0-1 0-0 7-8 5 7 1 1 0 0 19 Team 6 Totals 26-58 4-16 14-18 36 70 14 14 5 8 200

RICE FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Braimoh-f 5-5 0-0 0-2 7 10 2 1 0 0 15 Kuipers-f 5-8 2-5 0-0 8 12 0 2 0 0 24 Jackson-g 1-7 1-3 0-0 1 3 5 4 0 3 24 Frizzelle-g 7-10 4-5 0-0 2 18 3 1 0 0 28 Ghoram-g 2-7 1-1 3-4 2 8 2 0 0 1 22 Schwarze 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 Herndon 2-2 0-0 3-4 2 7 0 0 1 1 9 Beasley 1-4 1-3 1-2 1 4 0 0 0 0 11 Kazemi 2-5 0-0 6-6 4 10 2 1 0 2 20 Stanton 1-3 1-3 1-2 5 4 2 3 0 2 17 Eversley 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 2 0 1 7 Holland 1-2 1-2 2-2 1 5 4 1 1 1 16 Edomwonyi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Team 4 Totals 27-55 11-23 16-22 40 81 21 16 2 12 200

SA FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Brock-f 1-4 0-1 0-0 5 2 1 3 1 1 23 Watson-f 1-4 0-0 2-2 3 4 1 2 0 0 17 Sherrer-g 2-4 0-1 4-4 2 8 2 0 0 1 34 Cooks-g 2-7 0-2 8-8 4 12 5 2 0 0 29 Williams-g 8-15 1-4 6-8 8 23 3 4 0 0 39 Tabet 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 Sims 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 2 0 0 7 Tabet 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 2 1 2 0 0 13 Redus 7-9 4-5 1-2 2 19 2 1 1 1 21 Hersey 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 Carter 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 Team 4 Totals 21-47 5-14 23-26 31 70 17 18 2 3 200

HB FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Hinnenkamp-f 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 6 Gonzalez-f 3-8 0-4 1-2 5 7 0 3 0 1 27 Flaherty-c 3-5 0-0 5-7 6 11 2 2 1 0 27 Moss-g 5-10 1-3 2-2 8 13 4 3 1 2 34 Preadom-g 3-8 0-2 5-8 6 11 4 3 0 2 34 Boswell 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 14 Dixon 2-8 0-1 2-2 2 6 0 1 0 1 19 Robertson 1-5 0-3 0-0 0 2 1 1 0 0 15 Echols 1-4 0-2 2-2 1 4 2 3 0 1 14 Lewis 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 2 1 0 10 Team 6 Totals 21-55 1-15 17-23 36 60 13 18 3 7 200

SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 4-6 0-2 2-2 1 10 0 1 2 0 30 Selling-f 2-8 0-0 0-0 3 4 1 2 0 0 18 Toles-Bey-g 4-9 0-1 2-2 4 10 3 4 0 4 35 Flaggs-g 3-11 2-7 2-4 5 10 1 4 0 1 32 Daniel-g 3-5 1-2 3-4 7 10 0 5 0 1 25 Stigall 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 Marcial 2-5 1-3 3-4 2 8 2 0 0 0 17 Bjegovic 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 3 0 1 8 Johnstin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Eller 1-4 0-0 4-8 2 6 1 1 1 0 26 Team 6 Totals 19-48 4-15 16-25 31 58 8 20 3 8 200

Sacramento State Rice

Sacramento State Houston Baptist

South Alabama Sacramento State

Houston, Texas • Tudor Fieldhouse (1,631)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 22 29 .340 .261 .643 34 47 .491 .478 .727

Game 1 4 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 18,2005 2009 Game Sacramento State 90 • Bethany 75 Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (677)

BETH FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Jansen-f 4-10 1-1 3-4 6 12 2 1 0 0 32 Collings-c 2-3 1-2 2-2 3 7 3 4 1 2 26 Houston-g 3-9 2-6 3-4 3 11 2 2 0 1 26 McGhee-g 1-7 0-1 0-0 1 2 5 2 0 1 30 Maples-g 8-14 5-9 4-5 2 25 0 3 0 1 34 Brown 4-5 2-3 0-2 3 10 0 1 0 2 21 Kreuter 2-3 1-1 3-4 1 8 2 0 0 0 14 Mooney 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 3 0 0 10 Tyab 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 3 0 0 7 Team 4 Totals 24-54 12-24 15-21 26 75 15 19 1 7 200 SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 6-8 1-1 2-2 1 15 2 2 1 0 11 Selling-c 5-9 0-0 0-2 8 10 1 0 0 1 22 Toles-Bey-g 6-10 3-6 2-2 2 17 4 0 2 3 34 Flaggs-g 3-4 1-2 2-2 2 9 1 0 0 0 14 Daniel-g 2-5 0-2 2-2 2 6 0 1 0 0 10 Norris 4-5 1-2 0-0 2 9 1 1 0 0 17 Malloy 0-2 0-1 0-1 2 0 0 3 0 0 6 Stigall 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 3 3 1 0 2 15 Marcial 2-5 1-3 0-0 7 5 10 0 0 1 24 Lopez 1-5 0-0 0-0 6 2 0 1 0 1 11 Bjegovic 1-4 0-1 2-4 6 4 1 2 0 0 20 Johnstin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 Eller 3-7 0-0 4-5 5 10 0 2 0 0 12 Team 0 Totals 34-66 8-20 14-20 44 90 23 14 3 9 200 Bethany Sacramento State

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 38 37 .444 .500 .714 50 40 .515 .400 .700

Houston, Texas • Tudor Fieldhouse (1,714)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 38 32 .448 .250 .778 35 25 .382 .067 .739

Game 1 5 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 21,2005 2009 Game Sacramento State 65 • Oregon State 63

Houston, Texas • Tudor Fieldhouse (1,745)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 21 49 .447 .357 .885 29 29 .396 .267 .640

Game 1 6 ••Nov. Nov. 15, 24,2005 2009 Game Idaho 75 • Sacramento State 61

Corvallis, Ore. • Gill Coliseum (4,316)

Moscow, Idaho • Memorial Gym (740)

SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 3-9 1-2 0-0 5 7 0 1 2 1 30 Selling-f 3-5 0-0 0-0 10 6 0 2 0 1 22 Marcial-g 1-3 1-1 2-2 2 5 5 0 0 2 33 Toles-Bey-g 5-16 3-6 4-4 6 17 3 5 0 1 35 Flaggs-g 3-8 3-5 1-2 2 10 2 3 0 1 28 Norris 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Stigall 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Lopez 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Daniel 3-7 1-1 0-0 3 7 2 2 0 0 16 Bjegovic 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Eller 5-8 0-0 2-2 5 12 0 0 0 0 27 Team 6 Totals 23-58 9-16 10-12 39 65 12 14 2 6 200

SAC FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Dickson-f 4-9 2-5 0-0 3 10 0 1 0 1 22 Marcial-g 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 3 1 0 1 26 Toles-Bey-g 6-18 0-4 4-4 4 16 5 3 0 1 29 Flaggs-g 1-1 1-1 0-0 3 3 0 1 0 0 24 Selling-c 7-14 1-3 0-0 5 15 1 0 0 2 28 Norris 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2 9 Malloy 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Stigall 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 Lopez 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Daniel 2-5 0-1 0-0 3 4 0 1 1 2 14 Bjegovic 3-6 1-2 2-2 6 9 0 2 0 0 16 Eller 1-7 0-0 2-2 6 4 0 1 0 0 20 Team 4 1 Totals 24-67 5-19 8-8 38 61 9 11 1 10 200

OSU FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Johnson-f 2-6 1-3 0-0 2 5 1 0 0 0 17 Schaftenaar-c 1-5 0-1 0-2 4 2 0 0 1 0 14 Tarver, J.-g 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 6 4 1 1 1 25 Tarver, S.-g 6-12 1-4 1-2 10 14 2 1 0 3 35 Haynes-g 3-12 1-3 4-5 0 11 3 6 0 1 28 Cunningham 2-3 0-0 2-2 2 6 1 3 0 1 22 Hampton 3-5 0-0 0-0 4 6 0 0 0 0 12 Burton 2-6 0-0 1-2 8 5 1 2 0 0 14 Brandt 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 13 Deane 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 Wallace 3-4 1-2 1-2 0 8 0 0 0 0 15 Team 3 Totals 25-60 4-15 9-15 37 63 13 13 2 7 200

IDAHO FG 3FG FT REB TP A TO BK STL MN Hopson 2-6 0-3 2-3 7 6 8 2 1 2 28 Johnson 3-8 2-7 1-2 5 9 4 2 0 1 30 Toledo 4-5 0-0 7-8 5 15 1 1 0 2 26 Watson 3-7 0-0 6-11 7 12 3 3 0 0 29 Jefferson 5-8 0-0 2-5 5 12 0 1 3 0 25 Stern 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 Ledbetter 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 3 0 0 0 1 9 Henderson 0-6 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 0 1 17 de Souza 4-6 3-4 0-0 1 11 0 0 0 0 11 Lawrence 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 3 1 1 0 0 7 Barone 1-1 0-0 2-2 5 4 0 1 1 0 15 Team 1 Totals 24-54 7-19 20-31 42 75 17 13 5 7 200

Sacramento State Oregon State

Sacramento State Idaho

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 44 21 .397 .563 .833 22 41 .417 .267 .600

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 34 27 .358 .263 1.000 45 30 .444 .368 .645

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Game18• •Nov. Dec.15, 2, 2009 Game 2005

UC Riverside 59 • Sacramento State 58

Sacramento State 59 • UC Davis 57

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (626)

UCR FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Austin-f 4-9 0-0 4-8 5 12 1 3 1 0 37 Veteto-c 3-8 0-0 0-0 6 6 0 4 1 0 20 Gordon-g 2-5 0-2 0-0 1 4 0 0 1 1 15 Cunningham-g 1-4 0-2 0-0 4 2 3 3 0 1 26 Gurganious-g 3-6 0-1 2-2 10 8 3 5 0 0 28 Hampton 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 McMullan 1-3 1-1 0-0 2 3 1 2 0 1 15 LoBue 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Dowdy 4-11 3-6 0-0 3 11 1 0 0 1 27 Chavarria 3-5 0-0 1-2 10 7 1 1 0 0 18 Meo 0-3 0-1 4-4 0 4 0 1 0 0 10 Team 5 Totals 21-54 4-13 13-18 46 59 10 19 4 4 200 SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Selling-f 3-6 1-3 0-2 3 7 1 1 1 2 22 Eller-c 4-5 0-0 2-2 3 10 0 3 1 1 18 Marcial-g 0-3 0-3 0-0 3 0 1 1 0 0 17 Toles-Bey-g 4-9 1-3 4-4 2 13 6 3 0 2 36 Flaggs-g 2-9 2-7 5-6 0 11 2 1 0 1 30 Norris 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 2 1 0 1 1 13 Dickson 4-7 1-2 2-6 7 11 0 0 0 0 29 Stigall 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Daniel 0-3 0-1 2-6 2 2 1 2 1 3 21 Bjegovic 1-4 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 1 0 0 11 Team 3 Totals 19-52 5-21 15-26 28 58 13 12 4 10 200 UC Riverside Sacramento State

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 24 35 .389 .308 .722 19 39 .365 .238 .577

Game 110• Nov. • Dec.15, 8, 2005 2009 Game USC 51 • Sacramento State 36

Game19• •Nov. Dec.15, 5, 2009 Game 2005 Weber State 80 • Sacramento State 65

Davis, Calif. • The Pavilion (1,588)

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (703)

WSU

FG 3FG

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

SAC

FG 3FG

Selling-f

0-4 0-1 0-0 6 0 3 2 0 1 18

Bullinger-f 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 1 0 0 0 16

Eller-c

3-4 0-0 2-2 4 8 0 1 0 0 20

Session-f 5-11 1-5 3-4 18 14 6 4 0 4 36

Flaggs-g

3-6 1-3 0-0 2 7 5 1 0 0 24

Panos-c

3-8 0-0 2-2 4 8 1 0 0 0 17

Marcial-g 0-1 0-1 0-0 4 0 6 2 0 2 35

Lillard-g 8-16 3-8 8-9 2 27 4 1 0 0 36

Toles-Bey-g 3-6 3-5 4-4 4 13 2 3 0 2 34

Hansen-g 6-15 3-10 2-3 1 17 2 0 1 0 33

Dickson

5-7 0-0 4-7 3 14 1 5 2 2 32

Hughey

Stigall

0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

Mahoney 1-3 0-0 2-2 3 4 0 1 0 0 13

Daniel

3-7 1-3 0-2 3 7 1 8 3 6 18

Washington 3-5 0-0 0-1 4 6 0 0 0 1 14

0-4 0-2 2-2 7 2 2 0 0 1 16

Bjegovic 4-5 0-1 2-2 0 10 0 1 0 0 12

Morris

Team 1

Team 1

Totals

Totals

21-40 5-14 12-17 28 59 18 23 5 13 200

UCD

FG 3FG

Harden-f

3-7 0-0 5-6 4 11 0 3 0 0 25

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 19 27-67 7-25 19-23 42 80 16 7 1 6 200

SAC

FG 3FG

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Dickson-f 1-5 0-2 4-4 4 6 0 0 1 0 30

Sypkens-f 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 1 1 0 0 4

Selling-c

Calegari-c 1-8 0-5 2-2 4 4 6 2 1 2 30

Marcial-g 3-4 2-3 3-4 6 11 3 1 0 0 35

Payne-g

Toles-Bey-g 4-16 0-4 6-7 5 14 2 1 0 1 36

8-18 1-4 4-4 6 21 2 4 0 3 39

5-9 1-2 2-2 6 13 2 0 0 1 19

Howley-g 2-8 0-2 1-2 5 5 1 1 0 2 31

Daniel-g

1-2 0-1 1-2 2 3 1 4 0 0 14

Malik

2-4 2-4 0-0 3 6 3 1 0 1 20

Malloy

1-5 0-1 0-0 3 2 1 2 0 0 18

Welch

2-7 0-3 1-2 3 5 0 3 0 1 23

Stigall

0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 9

Floyd

1-5 0-0 0-0 3 2 1 2 0 1 25

Bjegovic

1-1 0-0 2-4 1 4 0 2 0 0 12

Medlock 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3

Eller

4-10 0-0 4-6 7 12 1 2 1 0 27

Team 5

Team 1

Totals

Totals

20-60 4-20 13-16 34 57 14 18 1 10 200

20-54 3-14 22-29 37 65 10 12 2 3 200

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

Sacramento State

35

24

.525

.357

.706

Weber State

30

50

.403

.280

.826

UC Davis

27

30

.333

.200

.813

Sacramento State

32

33

.370

.214

.759

Game 11 Dec.15, 12,2005 2009 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 12 Dec.15, 19,2005 2009 Game 1 • •Nov.

Los Angeles, Calif. • Galen Center (2,213)

Stockton, Calif. • Alex G. Spanos Center (2,453)

Pacific 79 • Sacramento State 49

Sacramento State 64 • Idaho State 63

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Selling-f 0-4 0-1 2-2 3 2 0 2 0 0 14 Eller-c 0-5 0-0 1-4 4 1 0 1 0 0 29 Marcial-g 1-8 1-3 0-0 1 3 1 1 0 2 25 Toles-Bey-g 3-16 0-5 2-2 0 8 1 3 0 2 32 Flaggs-g 2-6 1-3 0-0 1 5 0 0 0 1 17 Dickson 2-5 0-1 0-0 1 4 0 0 0 1 12 Malloy 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 Stigall 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Lopez 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 0 0 0 18 Daniel 2-6 0-0 0-0 5 4 0 3 0 0 17 Bjegovic 2-6 1-2 0-0 5 5 1 2 0 0 21 Johnstin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 4 Totals 14-61 3-16 5-8 29 36 3 12 0 6 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Selling-f 4-11 0-3 0-0 8 8 1 3 1 0 27 Eller-c 0-3 0-0 4-8 6 4 0 1 0 0 21 Marcial-g 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 2 0 1 17 Toles-Bey-g 2-9 1-2 1-2 3 6 1 1 0 1 23 Flaggs-g 0-1 0-0 2-2 4 2 0 1 0 0 20 Dickson 3-10 0-1 1-2 5 7 2 2 1 0 25 Malloy 2-4 1-2 1-1 0 6 2 1 0 0 10 Stigall 2-5 1-3 0-0 1 5 1 1 0 1 16 Lopez 0-0 0-0 2-2 3 2 0 3 0 0 6 Daniel 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 4 0 0 9 Bjegovic 3-7 1-3 2-2 5 9 0 1 1 0 22 Johnstin 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 Team 2 Totals 16-53 4-15 13-19 43 49 8 21 3 3 200

ISU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Monroe-f 3-6 0-0 1-2 9 7 2 2 1 0 36 Little-c 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 3 0 0 18 Morgan-g 5-17 1-5 6-8 5 17 1 2 0 2 35 Gilchrest-g 10-18 4-9 1-1 4 25 2 2 0 4 38 Kilpatrick-g 0-3 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 11 Lacey 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 0 16 Baldwin 1-5 0-4 1-2 1 3 2 1 0 0 17 Carson 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Tatum 3-3 0-0 3-4 5 9 0 0 2 2 23 Team 10 Totals 23-58 5-21 12-17 38 63 9 13 3 8 200

PAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Willard-f 4-5 0-0 2-3 6 10 2 2 0 1 18 Ford-f 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 1 2 14 Nunnally-c 4-6 0-0 2-2 3 10 0 0 0 0 17 Young-g 4-10 4-6 0-0 2 12 3 0 0 0 22 Smith-g 2-3 0-0 3-4 4 7 5 1 1 0 22 Neufville 1-4 1-3 2-2 3 5 2 0 0 0 18 Peterson 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 Eveland 3-6 2-2 1-2 3 9 0 0 0 2 21 Huddleston 3-6 1-4 2-2 2 9 0 1 0 3 21 Edwards 1-6 1-5 0-0 2 3 0 1 0 0 10 Lamar 1-4 0-1 2-3 1 4 3 2 0 1 9 Turner 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 1 1 5 Williams 3-4 0-0 2-3 3 8 0 0 3 2 13 Lacerda 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 Team Totals 27-60 9-21 16-22 35 79 18 7 6 13 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 8-14 1-3 2-4 3 19 1 2 0 0 32 Eller-c 5-9 0-1 0-4 10 10 0 2 0 0 33 Marcial-g 3-5 0-2 2-4 3 8 5 2 0 3 35 Toles-Bey-g 2-8 2-6 4-4 3 10 6 4 0 1 35 Flaggs-g 3-11 2-6 2-2 6 10 3 0 0 2 31 Malloy 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Stigall 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 Lopez 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 Daniel 2-3 1-1 2-2 1 7 2 0 1 2 7 Bjegovic 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 4 0 0 16 Team 5 Totals 23-52 6-20 12-20 35 64 19 15 2 8 200

Sacramento State Pacific

Idaho State Sacramento State

USC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Johnson-f 2-9 0-2 3-4 8 7 1 4 3 2 38 Vucevic-f 7-11 0-0 0-0 15 14 3 5 1 2 38 Stepheson-c 3-6 0-0 4-8 10 10 0 8 7 1 34 Smith-g 1-5 1-4 1-2 4 4 5 2 0 0 32 Lewis-g 5-12 2-6 4-6 5 16 2 4 0 1 38 Rozitis 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 1 0 7 Simmons 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 0 13 Team 3 1 Totals 18-43 3-12 12-20 49 51 13 25 12 6 200 Sacramento State USC

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 16 20 .230 .188 .625 24 27 .419 .250 .600

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 24 25 .302 .267 .684 47 32 .450 .429 .727

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (529)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 29 34 .397 .238 .706 24 40 .442 .300 .600

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SEASON REVIEW Game 13 Dec.15, 21,2005 2009 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 14 Dec.15, 27,2005 2009 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 15 Dec.15, 31,2005 2009 Game 1 • •Nov.

Sacramento State 74 • William Jessup 42

Loyola Marymount 82 • Sacramento State 78

Eastern Washington 79 • Sacramento State 75

WJ FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Neil-f 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 2 1 0 20 Domingue-f 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 1 21 Hurd-c 1-8 0-4 2-2 7 4 2 4 1 3 25 Washington-g 3-11 1-4 0-0 1 7 1 4 0 2 30 Kirsten-g 4-11 2-5 4-5 1 14 0 2 0 1 24 Nelston 1-3 1-3 0-0 2 3 0 0 0 2 16 Sabosky 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Walker 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Jones 0-3 0-3 1-2 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 Shells 1-1 0-0 0-1 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 Cofrances 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Wilson 1-4 0-2 0-0 2 2 1 0 0 0 11 Giron 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Horwath 1-2 0-0 1-2 1 3 0 0 0 0 15 Donelson 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 1 0 16 Team 2 Totals 15-60 4-25 8-12 27 42 4 12 3 10 200

LMU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Hamilton-f 3-4 0-0 0-0 4 6 1 0 0 1 21 Viney-f 2-11 2-6 7-8 12 13 4 2 1 1 38 Young-c 5-7 0-1 0-0 5 10 0 1 0 0 37 DuBois-g 7-15 4-10 6-6 3 24 2 3 0 2 36 Teel-g 7-12 1-1 5-11 10 20 7 3 1 0 30 Armstead 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 0 1 8 Osborne 1-1 0-0 1-4 2 3 0 1 0 0 10 Davis 3-8 0-1 0-1 4 6 2 5 0 1 20 Team 5 Totals 28-59 7-19 19-30 48 82 17 15 2 6 200

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (672)

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 4 1 2 0 0 18 Eller-c 6-8 0-0 2-3 8 14 1 2 0 0 20 Marcial-g 2-2 1-1 0-0 3 5 4 0 0 2 18 Toles-Bey-g 2-3 2-3 1-2 0 7 3 1 0 3 21 Flaggs-g 2-5 2-4 0-0 4 6 4 3 1 1 25 Malloy 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 4 1 2 0 0 15 Stigall 2-4 1-2 0-0 2 5 0 1 0 3 16 Lopez 3-4 0-0 0-0 0 6 0 1 0 0 15 Daniel 4-6 0-0 2-2 4 10 2 1 0 1 17 Selling 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 4 1 1 0 1 9 Bjegovic 1-6 0-1 2-2 6 4 2 0 1 0 21 Johnstin 2-4 1-3 0-0 1 5 1 0 0 0 5 Team 3 Totals 30-51 7-14 7-9 42 74 20 14 2 11 200 William Jessup Sacramento State

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 23 19 .250 .160 .667 39 35 .588 .500 .778

Game 116• Nov. • Jan.15, 2, 2005 2010 Game

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (712)

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 4-13 0-2 6-7 7 14 0 0 0 0 26 Eller-c 5-13 0-0 4-7 6 14 1 0 0 0 31 Marcial-g 1-2 1-1 2-2 1 5 6 2 0 1 29 Toles-Bey-g 5-13 3-4 4-4 2 17 2 4 1 0 34 Flaggs-g 5-11 2-5 2-2 1 14 2 0 0 1 23 Malloy 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Stigall 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 2 0 1 0 0 10 Daniel 0-4 0-1 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 1 12 Selling 4-5 0-0 0-0 6 8 0 1 0 1 17 Bjegovic 1-2 1-2 1-2 5 4 0 0 0 2 13 Johnstin 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Team 3 Totals 25-65 7-17 21-26 35 78 11 8 1 6 200 Loyola Marymount Sacramento State

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 37 45 .475 .368 .633 30 48 .385 .412 .808

Sacramento State 80 • Seattle 67

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 5-8 2-3 0-0 1 12 1 2 0 1 24 Selling-f 3-10 0-1 0-0 3 6 0 0 0 0 23 Eller-c 3-8 0-0 4-5 8 10 1 0 0 1 22 Marcial-g 1-3 1-1 1-2 0 4 2 2 0 0 18 Flaggs-g 2-6 0-2 1-1 1 5 1 0 0 2 23 Malloy 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 Stigall 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 Lopez 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 Toles-Bey 3-8 1-3 0-0 1 7 3 2 0 2 22 Daniel 2-5 1-1 0-0 1 5 2 0 0 0 15 Bjegovic 5-6 3-3 4-6 6 17 1 1 0 0 29 Johnstin 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Team 2 Totals 24-58 8-15 10-14 25 66 11 10 1 6 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Boxley-f 0-5 0-3 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 18 Broussard,-f 4-9 1-4 0-0 0 9 1 3 0 1 20 Gilmore-f 1-3 0-0 4-6 2 6 0 0 1 0 19 Garcia-c 5-14 0-2 6-7 5 16 2 4 2 1 32 Burrell-g 5-8 0-0 1-2 3 11 0 3 0 0 26 Lever 3-7 0-1 0-0 6 6 3 0 0 0 22 Olson 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 6 Gweth 4-9 2-7 4-4 8 14 0 7 0 0 26 Harris, 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 1 17 Jones 2-3 1-1 0-0 2 5 1 0 0 1 14 Team 3 Totals 24-60 4-20 15-19 33 67 8 20 3 5 200

PSU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Thomas-f 0-0 0-0 1-2 11 1 3 1 0 2 21 Nelson-f 6-8 5-7 1-3 3 18 1 2 0 1 32 Jones-c 10-14 0-0 6-7 13 26 1 1 5 0 29 Waters-g 9-15 5-8 3-4 2 26 5 1 0 0 35 Guede-g 1-4 0-3 0-0 2 2 0 2 1 1 20 Lazoff 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Jones 5-11 3-6 2-2 6 15 2 2 0 0 31 Thomas 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 1 0 1 1 5 Brandon 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Johnson 0-1 0-1 4-4 1 4 1 1 0 0 7 Harriel 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 2 0 0 15 Bansemer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 5 1 Totals 32-59 13-27 17-22 43 94 16 13 7 5 200

SU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Selling-f 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 2 0 0 6 Eller-c 5-8 0-0 1-2 5 11 2 5 0 0 28 Stigall-g 1-3 1-0 2-0 0 3 1 0 0 2 16 Marcial-g 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 5 3 0 0 30 Daniel-g 4-8 0-2 3-3 9 11 2 2 3 4 23 Dickson 4-10 0-1 2-7 4 10 1 2 0 0 26 Toles-Bey 2-4 1-3 8-8 3 13 2 3 0 2 26 Flaggs 5-8 0-3 6-7 1 16 1 2 1 0 25 Bjegovic 6-8 2-3 2-2 5 16 0 0 0 1 20 Team 1 Totals 27-51 4-15 22-29 32 80 14 19 4 9 200

Sacramento State Portland State

Sacramento State Seattle

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 34 32 .414 .533 .714 43 51 .542 .481 .773

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Flaggs-f

6-8 3-5 3-4 3 18 1 1 1 2 28

Eller-c

4-10 0-0 1-2 9 9 0 2 1 1 30

Marcial-g 2-2 1-1 5-6 2 10 2 0 0 0 27 Toles-Bey-g 2-9 1-2 5-6 1 10 5 5 0 2 30 Stigall

0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

Daniel

0-1 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 0 12

Selling

3-7 0-1 4-6 2 10 0 1 1 1 20

Bjegovic 3-6 1-2 0-0 6 7 3 1 0 0 22 Team Totals

3

24-55 7-15 20-29 38 75 11 14 4 7 200

EWU

FG 3FG

Gibbs-f

0-2 0-2 2-2 2 2 2 1 0 1 20

Dunn-f

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

9-14 2-2 6-6 9 26 2 4 0 0 33

Moore-c 3-11 0-0 3-3 7 9 0 2 1 0 28 Dean-g

8-17 7-12 6-7 3 29 7 2 0 0 34

Forbes-g 3-11 2-8 1-3 2 9 4 1 0 0 36 Gibson

0-1 0-0 0-1 4 0 2 1 0 0 24

Griffin

2-3 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 0 2 0 16

Winford 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 Demissie 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team Totals

3

25-60 11-25 18-22 35 79 17 11 3 2 200

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

Sacramento State

26

49

.436

.467

.690

Eastern Washington

33

46

.417

.440

.818

Game 18 Jan.15, 15,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov. Montana 57 • Sacramento State 56

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (783)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 32 35 .400 .200 .789 28 52 .529 .267 .759

FG 3FG

Dickson-f 4-12 1-4 2-5 7 11 0 4 1 1 28

Game 117• Nov. • Jan.15, 9, 2005 2010 Game

Portland State 94 • Sacramento State 66 Portland, Ore. • Peter W. Stott Center (1,024)

Cheney, Wash. • Reese Court (1,152)

SAC

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (709)

UM

FG 3FG

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

McGillis-f 1-3 0-1 0-0 5 2 1 2 1 0 18 Qvale-c

0-2 0-0 1-2 5 1 2 1 1 0 23

Staudacher-g 2-9 2-8 0-0 2 6 0 0 0 0 27 Cherry-g 3-9 0-1 3-8 4 9 3 1 0 4 27 Johnson-g 7-10 0-1 4-4 3 18 2 6 0 0 37 Young

2-4 1-2 0-0 3 5 0 0 0 0 15

Taylor

1-3 1-3 0-0 0 3 2 0 0 0 16

Selvig

2-5 1-3 0-0 5 5 2 2 0 1 24

Ward

3-5 0-0 2-3 3 8 0 0 0 0 13

Team Totals SAC

4

21-50 5-19 10-17 34 57 12 12 2 5 200 FG 3FG

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Dickson-f 2-11 0-2 2-2 7 6 0 1 0 1 26 Eller-c

4-11 0-0 6-8 12 14 1 0 1 0 32

Stigall-g

0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12

Flaggs-g

4-8 2-4 1-2 5 11 0 0 0 2 32

Daniel-g 6-11 0-1 0-0 5 12 1 2 1 3 22 Marcial

0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 4 1 0 0 22

Toles-Bey 3-6 1-2 0-0 2 7 3 2 0 1 29 Selling

1-2 0-0 2-2 1 4 1 3 1 1 12

Bjegovic 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 1 0 0 13 Team Totals

21-58 3-12 11-14 37 56 10 10 3 8 200

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

Montana

29 28 .420 .263 .588

Sacramento State

30

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.362

.250

.786

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Game 20 Jan.15, 22,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 21 Jan.15, 24,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Montana State 58 • Sacramento State 53

Northern Colorado 79 • Sacramento State 65

Northern Arizona 75 ��� Sacramento State 71

MSU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Howard-f 2-7 1-3 0-2 3 5 1 1 0 0 28 Johnson-c 1-3 1-3 5-6 3 8 0 1 2 0 25 Navarre-g 3-6 0-0 8-8 6 14 6 4 0 0 36 Bynum-g 2-6 0-0 3-5 6 7 1 0 0 2 33 Rush-g 3-7 2-4 6-8 3 14 0 4 1 3 36 Brown 2-3 0-1 0-0 9 4 0 1 1 0 15 Henderson 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Louff 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Piepoli 1-6 0-4 2-2 1 4 0 1 0 0 11 Anderson 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 2 0 0 12 Team 4 Totals 14-41 4-16 26-33 36 58 9 14 4 5 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Bjegovic-f 1-5 1-1 1-4 6 4 0 0 0 0 21 Eller-c 5-7 0-0 4-4 8 14 1 0 0 1 32 Toles-Bey-g 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 4 4 0 1 22 Flaggs-g 3-9 0-4 0-0 3 6 1 2 1 0 27 Daniel-g 5-12 1-3 3-3 5 14 1 1 2 2 22 Dickson 3-9 2-4 5-7 3 13 0 0 0 2 19 Malloy 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 Stigall 0-2 0-1 2-2 0 2 1 1 0 0 15 Marcial 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 1 0 1 17 Lopez 1-1 0-0 0-2 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Selling 4-7 0-1 0-0 3 8 0 5 0 1 14 Team 1 Totals 23-56 4-15 15-22 32 65 9 15 3 8 200

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (592)

Greeley, Colo. • Butler-Hancock Pavilion (2,853)

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Bjegovic-f 1-5 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 1 0 0 14 Eller-c 7-12 0-1 1-2 5 15 0 1 0 0 32 Stigall-g 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 0 3 1 0 0 12 Flaggs-g 1-4 0-3 2-2 3 4 0 2 0 2 31 Daniel-g 7-13 2-4 2-2 6 18 0 1 0 4 28 Dickson 1-7 1-2 3-6 4 6 0 1 1 1 19 Marcial 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 5 1 0 0 24 Toles-Bey 2-9 2-6 0-0 2 6 2 4 0 1 24 Selling 1-5 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 1 0 2 16 Team 3 Totals 20-58 5-20 8-12 33 53 11 13 1 10 200

NC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Proctor-f 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 2 0 0 20 Montgomery-f 2-6 0-0 4-8 5 8 1 0 1 4 29 Figures-g 2-11 2-4 7-9 5 13 6 6 0 0 32 Bonner-g 2-4 1-3 1-2 4 6 5 0 0 1 27 Beitzel-g 6-10 4-7 0-0 7 16 5 3 0 3 25 Hall 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Kaba 2-3 1-1 1-2 7 6 0 2 0 0 15 Lloyd 2-8 2-6 3-4 3 9 0 0 0 0 19 Brereton 1-5 1-2 2-2 2 5 0 0 0 0 7 Arnold 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 Kingman 4-7 0-2 2-2 5 10 1 1 2 0 21 Osborne 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 Team 3 Totals 24-57 11-25 20-29 45 79 18 16 4 8 200

Montana State Sacramento State

Sacramento State Northern Colorado

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 16 42 .341 .250 .788 16 37 .345 .250 .667

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 31 34 .411 .267 .682 34 45 .421 .440 .690

Flagstaff, Ariz. • Walkup SkyDome (592)

SAC

FG 3FG

Eller-c

4-7 0-2 5-6 3 13 0 1 0 0 27

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Stigall-g

0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Flaggs-g 3-11 2-8 0-1 3 8 3 2 0 0 30 Daniel-g

2-4 0-0 3-3 0 7 0 4 1 0 18

Bjegovic-g 6-9 1-3 3-3 3 16 1 2 0 0 30 Dickson

4-7 1-2 1-2 6 10 2 1 0 1 25

Marcial

0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 5 1 0 0 24

Toles-Bey 4-8 4-5 5-6 3 17 2 3 0 1 28 Selling

0-3 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13

Team Totals

2

23-50 8-22 17-21 24 71 13 14 1 2 200

NAU

FG 3FG

Larson-f

4-5 0-0 0-0 4 8 5 1 1 2 34

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Lepley-c

4-5 0-0 0-2 4 8 1 1 2 0 17

Jones-g

9-12 0-1 9-11 6 27 2 5 0 3 34

Rogers-g 3-6 3-5 2-2 3 11 4 2 0 2 20 Olubuyi-g 1-4 0-1 0-0 3 2 1 0 0 1 27 Jones

3-4 0-1 1-1 2 7 1 2 0 0 11

Saldivar

0-4 0-4 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 12

Platt

0-3 0-2 2-2 1 2 1 1 1 1 22

Johannsen 4-6 0-0 2-2 4 10 1 1 0 0 23 Team Totals

1

28-49 3-14 16-20 30 75 18 13 4 9 200

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

Sacramento State

31

40

.460

.364

.810

Northern Arizona

28

47

.571

.214

.800

Game 22 Jan.15, 29,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 23 Jan.15, 30,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Weber State 81 • Sacramento State 59

Sacramento State 72 • Idaho State 55

Portland State 76 • Sacramento State 62

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Daniel-f 2-12 1-3 1-2 2 6 0 2 0 2 18 Selling-f 2-6 1-2 0-0 7 5 1 1 0 2 24 Eller-c 4-8 0-0 4-4 7 12 0 1 1 0 29 Marcial-g 1-3 1-2 0-0 3 3 2 2 1 1 25 Flaggs-g 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 2 0 0 10 Dickson 2-4 2-2 1-2 1 7 0 1 0 0 22 Malloy 0-3 0-1 4-4 1 4 1 0 0 1 16 Stigall 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 3 1 0 0 0 11 Toles-Bey 2-7 0-2 2-5 2 6 4 2 0 0 26 Bjegovic 3-5 1-2 3-5 5 10 1 0 0 0 19 Team 2 1 Totals 18-52 8-16 15-22 31 59 10 12 2 6 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Bjegovic-f 6-9 2-3 3-4 12 17 2 1 0 0 35 Eller-c 2-4 0-0 2-2 1 6 0 0 1 0 15 Marcial-g 2-2 1-1 0-0 1 5 3 0 0 0 19 Flaggs-g 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 1 0 0 7 Daniel-g 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 0 0 1 11 Dickson 1-4 0-0 1-2 2 3 2 1 2 0 26 Malloy 4-7 2-4 6-11 3 16 1 1 2 1 31 Stigall 1-4 1-4 0-1 0 3 2 1 0 0 19 Toles-Bey 5-8 3-5 7-8 3 20 2 1 0 1 33 Selling 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 Team 2 Totals 22-42 9-19 19-28 26 72 14 6 5 4 200

PSU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Thomas-f 6-9 0-0 4-9 6 16 2 2 0 1 30 Guede-f 4-7 1-3 2-3 7 11 1 3 0 1 28 Jones-c 5-9 0-0 4-4 9 14 0 0 4 1 35 Jones-g 0-3 0-3 1-1 0 1 1 2 0 0 17 Waters-g 4-11 1-3 6-6 4 15 4 5 0 2 38 Thomas 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Brandon 4-7 4-7 0-0 1 12 0 0 0 2 24 Johnson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 0 7 Harriel 3-7 0-0 1-2 4 7 0 1 0 2 19 Team 3 Totals 26-54 6-17 18-25 36 76 10 14 4 9 200

WSU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Bullinger-f 2-2 1-1 0-0 4 5 3 2 0 0 20 Hansen-f 2-6 1-4 0-0 3 5 2 1 1 1 26 Panos-c 8-13 0-0 2-2 10 18 1 0 0 0 20 Lillard-g 5-10 3-6 2-2 3 15 1 1 0 2 24 Session-g 4-6 1-2 2-2 3 11 3 4 2 2 30 Hughley 5-8 3-5 1-2 3 14 3 0 0 1 20 Noble 3-7 1-2 0-0 4 7 1 1 0 0 19 Larson 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Mahoney 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 1 0 20 Washington 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Morris 1-2 0-0 2-3 2 4 1 0 0 0 18 Team 1 Totals 31-59 10-21 9-11 36 81 15 9 4 6 200

ISU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Kilpatrick-f 2-7 2-5 2-2 5 8 2 2 1 0 23 Tatum-c 6-7 0-0 0-1 9 12 0 0 0 0 38 Morgan-g 3-13 0-3 3-3 6 9 1 3 0 0 38 Gilchrest-g 6-17 0-6 2-4 4 14 4 3 0 2 40 Carson-g 4-9 0-1 2-2 3 10 0 0 1 0 32 Little 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Lacey 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 6 Baldwin 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 Mnoroe 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 Team 2 Totals 22-57 2-15 9-12 31 55 7 9 2 2 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB A TO BK ST PTS MIN Dickson-f 3-3 0-0 5-6 2 11 1 3 1 1 26 Eller-c 8-13 0-0 2-4 5 18 1 2 1 0 25 Malloy-g 1-1 1-1 0-0 5 3 3 1 0 0 18 Stigall-g 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 Marcial-g 2-3 1-1 2-2 0 7 4 1 0 4 28 Lopez 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Toles-Bey 4-12 0-5 4-4 2 12 3 3 0 1 30 Flaggs 2-2 2-2 0-0 1 6 0 1 0 0 16 Daniel 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 2 1 0 10 Selling 0-5 0-0 1-2 3 1 2 1 0 0 14 Bjegovic 2-6 0-1 0-0 2 4 0 1 0 1 22 Team 3 Totals 22-49 4-12 14-18 25 62 14 16 3 8 200

Sacramento State Weber State

Sacramento State Idaho State

Portland State Sacramento State

Ogden, Utah • Dee Events Center (5,118)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 28 31 .346 .500 .682 36 45 .525 .476 .818

Pocatello, Idaho • Reed Gym (2,603)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 36 36 .524 .474 .679 23 32 .386 .133 .750

Game 124• Nov. • Feb.15, 5, 2005 2010 Game Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (962)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 28 48 .481 .353 .720 31 31 .449 .333 .778

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Game 26 Feb.15, 13,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 27 Feb.15, 18,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Sacramento State 74 • Eastern Washington 67

Seattle 98 • Sacramento State 67

Montana State 80 • Sacramento State 74

EWU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dunn-f 4-7 0-2 3-4 8 11 0 1 0 2 25 Moore-c 2-8 0-0 2-4 3 6 0 1 0 0 20 Dean-g 5-10 1-4 4-4 4 15 5 1 0 1 36 Forbes-g 6-8 4-6 2-2 2 18 3 0 0 1 35 Winford-g 2-6 1-4 0-0 1 5 2 3 0 0 25 Valentine 1-6 0-2 0-0 1 2 1 1 0 0 14 Gibbs 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 Gibson 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 Griffin 4-7 0-0 1-3 6 9 0 1 1 0 15 Demissie 0-5 0-2 0-0 5 0 0 1 2 0 12 Brunell 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 Team 5 Totals 24-62 6-21 13-19 37 67 12 10 3 5 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 2-6 0-2 2-4 2 6 0 0 2 0 16 Eller-c 4-12 0-1 10-12 5 18 0 3 1 1 31 Stigall-g 3-7 2-5 0-0 3 8 3 2 0 0 24 Marcial-g 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 2 1 2 24 Daniel-g 3-7 1-1 0-0 3 7 1 1 0 1 16 Malloy 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 3 1 1 0 0 13 Toles-Bey 1-9 0-3 2-2 0 4 3 4 0 2 21 Flaggs 1-3 1-2 3-4 2 6 0 0 0 0 20 Selling 2-8 0-1 1-2 2 5 0 1 0 0 20 Bjegovic 4-5 2-3 0-0 1 10 0 2 0 0 15 Team 6 1 Totals 21-61 7-20 18-24 29 67 10 17 4 6 200

SAC

FG 3FG

Daniel-f

1-7 0-2 0-0 2 2 3 1 0 4 19

Selling-f

1-3 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 1 0 0 10

Eller-c

3-8 0-0 4-4 6 10 1 2 0 0 31

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Selling-f 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 2 0 0 7 Eller-c 5-7 0-0 7-8 3 17 1 3 3 0 25 Stigall-g 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 0 0 0 14 Marcial-g 1-1 1-1 3-4 2 6 6 2 0 1 28 Flaggs-g 3-5 3-4 2-2 3 11 1 1 0 1 24 Dickson 4-7 3-4 1-2 1 12 1 0 4 0 23 Malloy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 Toles-Bey 3-6 0-2 2-2 3 8 4 2 0 1 30 Daniel 2-3 0-0 1-3 3 5 0 1 3 1 19 Bjegovic 5-13 1-4 2-3 8 13 2 1 0 1 26 Team 3 Totals 24-46 8-16 18-24 30 74 18 12 10 5 200

SU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Broussard-f 3-7 0-0 1-2 6 7 0 0 1 0 21 Gilmore-f 3-4 0-0 0-0 3 6 0 0 0 1 15 Lever-g 3-5 1-1 1-3 3 8 2 2 0 3 22 Burrell-g 4-7 0-0 7-8 3 15 2 4 0 1 25 Gweth-g 5-8 2-3 4-4 5 16 4 1 0 1 29 Boxley 4-7 3-5 0-0 2 11 0 1 0 0 22 Olson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 0 9 Harris 1-2 0-1 2-2 1 4 0 2 0 0 16 Garcia 5-7 0-1 2-2 9 12 3 4 1 0 23 Jones 8-11 0-0 3-3 5 19 0 1 0 2 18 Team 3 Totals 36-59 6-12 20-24 41 98 14 15 2 8 200

MSU

Eastern Washington Sacramento State

Sacramento State Seattle

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT%

Sacramento State

25

49

.413

.500

.846

Montana State

38

42

.535

.500

.765

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (396)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 26 41 .387 .286 .684 37 37 .522 .500 .750

Seattle, Wash. • KeyArena (2,917)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 27 40 .344 .350 .750 51 47 .610 .500 .833

Boseman, Mont. • Worthington Arena (3,135)

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Marcial-g 4-8 2-5 0-0 2 10 6 2 0 0 27 Flaggs-g

2-5 1-2 0-0 1 5 2 0 0 0 19

Dickson

8-11 4-5 2-3 6 22 1 1 0 0 30

Malloy

0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 12

Toles-Bey 2-9 2-3 1-2 5 7 6 2 0 4 28 Bjegovic 5-11 2-3 4-4 7 16 0 2 0 0 24 Team Totals

4

1

26-63 11-22 11-13 35 74 20 13 0 8 200 FG 3FG

FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN

Howard-f 5-8 1-1 4-5 6 15 1 5 1 1 32 Rush-f

1-2 1-1 4-8 4 7 2 2 1 1 28

Johnson-c 3-6 2-5 10-11 3 18 4 1 1 1 31 Navarre-g 4-7 1-2 2-2 4 11 4 2 0 1 37 Bynam-g 7-11 0-0 4-6 5 18 3 3 0 4 31 Brown

0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6

Henderson 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 0 7 Piepoli

3-7 3-7 2-2 1 11 1 0 0 0 21

Anderson 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 Team Totals

1

23-43 8-16 26-34 29 80 16 14 4 8 200

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Game 29 Feb.15, 26,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Game 30 Feb.15, 27,2005 2010 Game 1 • •Nov.

Montana 86 • Sacramento State 58

Northern Arizona 73 • Sacramento State 59

Northern Colorado 78 • Sacramento State 66

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 2-6 1-3 0-0 2 5 0 1 0 0 25 Eller-c 5-9 0-0 3-5 7 13 1 3 0 0 36 Marcial-g 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 3 0 0 22 Flaggs-g 2-7 2-5 2-2 1 8 3 1 1 0 32 Daniel-g 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 Malloy 1-4 1-2 2-2 0 5 1 2 0 0 16 Stigall 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 2 0 1 16 Toles-Bey 4-8 3-4 3-4 2 14 1 5 0 0 25 Selling 6-12 0-1 1-4 6 13 1 0 0 1 22 Bjegovic 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 3 1 Totals 20-49 7-17 11-17 27 58 10 19 1 2 200

NAU FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Larson-f 2-6 0-1 0-0 10 4 0 0 0 0 24 Lepley-c 2-3 0-0 3-4 6 7 0 2 0 0 13 Jones-g 6-14 3-4 3-3 1 18 4 5 0 1 38 Rogers-g 6-12 2-6 6-6 2 20 5 0 0 1 33 Olubuyi-g 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 Jones 1-3 0-1 0-0 2 2 1 2 0 3 16 Saldivar 1-2 1-1 2-2 0 5 3 0 0 0 27 Wallace 1-3 1-2 0-0 0 3 0 1 0 0 9 Johannsen 4-4 0-0 6-6 11 14 0 3 2 0 27 Team 4 Totals 23-50 7-16 20-21 36 73 13 13 2 5 200

UM FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN McGillis-f 2-3 0-0 0-1 4 4 2 0 0 1 18 Qvale-c 3-4 0-0 2-2 9 8 0 0 1 0 18 Staudacher-g 6-10 5-7 0-0 2 17 1 1 0 0 29 Cherry-g 6-11 1-3 3-3 8 16 5 4 0 2 30 Johnson-g 6-8 1-2 3-4 3 16 2 1 0 2 29 Taylor 4-6 3-5 0-0 0 11 3 2 0 3 19 Nelson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Stockton 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Selvig 3-5 0-1 2-4 1 8 4 1 2 4 25 Roper 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Banny 1-2 0-0 0-1 2 2 3 2 0 2 14 Ward 1-2 0-0 2-5 1 4 0 2 0 0 8 Team 1 Totals 32-52 10-18 12-20 32 86 20 13 3 14 200

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 2-6 1-2 1-3 5 6 1 1 3 0 32 Eller-c 7-12 0-0 0-3 5 14 1 3 1 0 30 Stigall-g 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 Flaggs-g 5-9 2-5 0-0 3 12 3 1 0 2 29 Daniel-g 2-5 1-2 2-4 5 7 0 4 1 2 16 Malloy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 Marcial 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 1 11 Toles-Bey 1-8 0-2 6-7 3 8 6 2 0 1 31 Selling 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 Bjegovic 4-8 2-4 2-3 3 12 0 1 0 1 23 Team 1 Totals 21-52 6-18 11-20 27 59 15 12 5 8 200

NC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Kaba-f 1-2 1-1 2-3 5 5 3 2 1 1 21 Kingman-f 4-8 0-1 3-4 6 11 3 1 0 1 28 Proctor-c 6-10 0-0 4-4 5 16 1 4 0 1 32 Figures-g 6-13 3-6 5-6 6 20 2 4 0 0 34 Bonner-g 2-2 1-1 0-0 2 5 1 0 0 0 24 Hall 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Lloyd 5-7 3-5 3-4 0 16 1 0 0 1 25 Brereton 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 0 0 12 Arnold 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 Osborne 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Montgomery 2-3 0-0 1-2 4 5 0 3 1 0 17 Team 5 Totals 26-47 8-15 18-23 34 78 12 18 2 4 200

Sacramento State Montana

Northern Arizona Sacramento State

Missuola, Mont. • Dahlberg Arena (3,749)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 31 27 .408 .412 .647 37 49 .615 .556 .600

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (731)

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 26 47 .460 .436 .952 27 32 .404 .333 .550

Sacramento, Calif. • The Nest (754)

SAC FG 3FG FT RB PTS A TO BK ST MIN Dickson-f 2-9 1-5 1-3 6 6 2 1 2 1 26 Selling-f 1-3 0-0 2-2 1 4 1 1 0 0 14 Eller-c 10-15 0-1 5-6 3 25 1 0 0 2 34 Marcial-g 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 3 1 0 0 16 Flaggs-g 1-4 0-3 1-2 0 3 1 1 0 1 21 Malloy 1-1 0-0 2-2 2 4 0 0 0 0 8 Stigall 1-2 0-1 1-1 0 3 0 2 0 0 14 Toles-Bey 1-5 0-0 6-6 1 8 4 1 0 1 27 Daniel 1-5 0-2 1-3 5 3 2 3 1 3 15 Bjegovic 5-9 0-0 0-0 4 10 1 4 0 1 25 Team 4 Totals 23-54 1-13 19-25 26 66 15 14 3 9 200 Northern Colorado Sacramento State

1st 2nd FG% 3PT% FT% 43 35 .553 .533 .783 33 33 .426 .077 .760

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Pct. Home Away Neu

Weber State# 13 3 .813 --- 20 11 .645 14-1 4-9 2-0 Northern Colorado 12 4 .750 1.0 25 8 .757 13-2 9-4 3-2 Montana State 10 6 .625 3.0 15 14 .517 9-5 6-9 0-0 Montana* 10 6 .625 3.0 22 10 .688 13-2 6-7 1-1 Northern Arizona 8 8 .500 5.0 14 14 .500 8-4 6-10 0-0 Portland State 7 9 .438 6.0 13 19 .406 8-4 5-12 0-3 Eastern Washington 5 11 .312 8.0 9 21 .300 7-5 2-13 0-3 Idaho State 4 12 .250 9.0 7 22 .241 6-6 1-16 0-0 Sacramento State 3 13 .188 10.0 9 21 .300 5-8 3-12 1-1 # Big Sky regular season champions * Big Sky Tournament champions/NCAA Tournament qualifier

Scoring Offense Team Portland State Weber State Northern Colorado Northern Arizona Montana Eastern Washington Montana State Idaho State Sacramento State

G Pts. Avg. 32 2496 78.0 31 2361 76.2 33 2426 73.5 28 1965 70.2 32 2228 69.6 30 2065 68.8 29 1992 68.7 29 1927 66.4 30 1935 64.5

Assists

Team Northern Arizona Eastern Washington Portland State Weber State Sacramento State Montana State Montana Northern Colorado Idaho State

G 28 30 32 31 30 29 32 33 29

Ast. Avg. 454 16.21 408 13.60 424 13.25 401 12.94 385 12.83 365 12.59 396 12.38 383 11.61 324 11.17

Scoring Margin

Free Throw Percentage

Field Goal Percentage

Turnover Margin

Rebounding Margin

Steals

Team Montana Northern Colorado Weber State Montana State Portland State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Eastern Washington Idaho State

Team Montana Portland State Northern Arizona Idaho State Northern Colorado Weber State Montana State Eastern Washington Sacramento State

Team Weber State Montana Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Idaho State Eastern Washington Portland State Montana State Sacramento State

G Off. Def. Mar. 32 69.6 61.2 +8.4 33 73.5 66.7 +6.8 31 76.2 71.0 +5.1 29 68.7 67.7 +1.0 32 78.0 79.2 -1.2 28 70.2 71.5 -1.4 30 64.5 71.3 -6.8 30 68.8 76.3 -7.4 29 66.4 75.0 -8.6

G 32 32 28 29 33 31 29 30 30

FG FGA Pct. 791 1636 .483 888 1862 .477 704 1494 .471 705 1555 .453 780 1751 .445 787 1768 .445 689 1548 .445 723 1739 .416 671 1632 .411

G TAvg. OAvg. Mar. 31 36.0 33.2 +2.7 32 32.8 30.0 +2.7 28 33.7 32.8 +1.0 33 33.2 32.4 +0.8 29 31.9 32.1 -0.1 30 34.1 36.1 -2.0 32 31.8 34.7 -2.8 29 31.4 35.4 -4.0 30 32.3 36.6 -4.3

Team Northern Colorado Weber State Montana Portland State Sacramento State Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana State Northern Arizona

Team Northern Colorado Montana State Weber State Montana Sacramento State Portland State Eastern Washington Idaho State Northern Arizona

Team Northern Colorado Sacramento State Northern Arizona Weber State Montana Portland State Montana State Eastern Washington Idaho State

G FTM FTA Pct. 33 614 824 .745 31 537 737 .729 32 436 603 .723 32 462 644 .717 30 417 583 .715 30 413 579 .713 29 382 551 .693 29 402 584 .688 28 386 573 .674

G 33 29 31 32 30 32 30 29 28

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Damian Lillard, Weber State

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Franklin Session, Weber State

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Glen Dean, Eastern Washington

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Yahosh Bonner, Northern Colorado

FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE *Will Figures, Northern Colorado Bobby Howard, Montana State *Anthony Johnson, Montana *Cameron Jones, Northern Arizona Jamie Jones, Portland State *Damian Lillard, Weber State * Unanimous Selection

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Devon Beitzel, Northern Colorado Amorrow Morgan, Idaho State Steve Panos, Weber State Franklin Session, Weber State Dominic Waters, Portland State

HONORABLE MENTION

Will Cherry, Montana Glen Dean, Eastern Washington Justin Eller, Sacramento State Broderick Gilchrest, Idaho State Marquis Navarre, Montana State Ryan Staudacher, Montana

Avg. OAvg. Mar. 12.6 15.7 +3.09 11.4 13.2 +1.79 12.5 13.7 +1.19 12.2 12.6 +0.44 14.1 14.2 +0.10 13.5 13.3 -0.16 15.1 14.1 -0.97 13.2 11.1 -2.10 15.4 13.1 -2.25

G Stl. Avg. 33 239 7.24 30 216 7.20 28 190 6.79 31 200 6.45 32 206 6.44 32 201 6.28 29 180 6.21 30 186 6.20 29 166 5.72

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL BIG SKY CONFERENCE REVIEW Big Sky Player of the Week Awards November 17 Anthony Johnson, Montana November 24 Devon Beitzel, Northern Colorado Sultan Toles-Bey, Sacramento State November 30 DeAngelo Jones, Northern Arizona December 7 Dominic Waters, Portland State Damian Lillard, Weber State December 14 Brandon Moore, Eastern Washington Phil Nelson, Portland State December 21 Branden Johnson, Montana State December 28 Devon Beitzel, Northern Colorado January 4 Devon Beitzel, Northern Colorado January 11 Anthony Johnson, Montana January 18 Cameron Jones, Northern Arizona January 25 Damian Lillard, Weber State Amorrow Morgan, Idaho State February 1 Anthony Johnson, Montana February 8 Anthony Johnson, Montana February 15 Steve Panos, Weber State February 22 Chris Kaba, Northern Colorado March 3 Dominic Waters, Portland State

Scoring

Steals

Rebounding

Three Point Percentage

Team G Pts. Avg. LILLARD, Damian-WSU 31 617 19.9 JONES, Cameron-NAU 28 541 19.3 JOHNSON, Anthony-UM 32 615 19.2 WATERS, Dominic-PSU 32 594 18.6 FIGURES, Will-NC 33 549 16.6 MORGAN,Amorrow-ISU 28 465 16.6 GILCHREST,Broderick-ISU 27 418 15.5 BEITZEL, Devon-NC 26 373 14.3 HOWARD, Bobby-MSU 29 415 14.3 JONES, Jamie-PSU 32 442 13.8

Team G Reb. Avg. JONES, Jamie-PSU 32 245 7.7 MOORE, Brandon-EWU 29 217 7.5 MONROE,Demetrius-ISU SR 210 7.2 QVALE, Brian-UM 30 214 7.1 LARSON, Nick-NAU 28 181 6.5 THOMAS, Julius-PSU 31 183 5.9 JOHANNSEN, Shane-NAU 26 153 5.9 SESSION, Franklin-WSU 31 181 5.8 HOWARD, Bobby-MSU 29 168 5.8 JOHNSON, Branden-MSU 29 163 5.6

Team G Stl. Avg. BYNUM, Will-MSU 26 53 2.04 BEITZEL, Devon-NC 26 52 2.00 GILCHREST,Broderick-ISU 27 53 1.96 CHERRY, Will-UM 32 61 1.91 SESSION, Franklin-WSU 31 55 1.77 TOLES-BEY, Sultan-SAC 30 47 1.57 DANIEL, Domineek-SAC 30 46 1.53 THOMAS, Julius-PSU 31 46 1.48 FORBES, Jeffrey-EWU 30 41 1.37 GIBBS, Alden-EWU 23 29 1.26

Team G STAUDACHER, Ryan-UM 32 JOHNSON, Anthony-UM 32 BEITZEL, Devon-NC 26 PIEPOLI, Danny-MSU 29 DEAN, Glen-EWU 30 WATERS, Dominic-PSU 32 JONES, Cameron-NAU 28 TAYLOR, Michael-UM 29 JONES, Melvin-PSU 32 FIGURES, Will-NC 33

3FG 3FGA Pct. 70 154 .455 45 101 .446 68 153 .444 47 107 .439 48 112 .429 70 165 .424 33 78 .423 29 69 .420 81 194 .418 59 143 .413

Field Goal Percentage

Three Pointers Made

Assists

Blocked Shots

Team G THOMAS, Julius-PSU 31 JOHANNSEN, Shane-NAU 26 QVALE, Brian-UM 30 JONES, Jamie-PSU 32 MONROE,Demetrius-ISU 29 PANOS, Steve-WSU 31 PROCTOR, Mike-NC 33 HOWARD, Bobby-MSU 29 JONES, Cameron-NAU 28 ELLER, Justin-SAC 30

Team WATERS, Dominic-PSU DEAN, Glen-EWU OLUBUYI, Julian-NAU LILLARD, Damian-WSU MARCIAL, Mike-SAC TOLES-BEY, Sultan-SAC GILCHREST,Broderick-ISU JOHNSON, Anthony-UM NAVARRE, Marquis-MSU BYNUM, Will-MSU

FG FGA Pct. 139 207 .671 105 167 .629 120 195 .615 180 309 .583 114 203 .562 107 198 .540 103 192 .536 162 313 .518 203 404 .502 119 240 .496

G Ast. Avg. 32 151 4.72 30 133 4.43 28 113 4.04 31 112 3.61 30 103 3.43 30 100 3.33 27 87 3.22 32 95 2.97 26 76 2.92 26 75 2.88

Free Throw Percentage Team WATERS, Dominic-PSU JOHNSON, Anthony-UM TOLES-BEY, Sultan-SAC LILLARD, Damian-WSU FIGURES, Will-NC BEITZEL, Devon-NC DEAN, Glen-EWU DUNN, Mark-EWU BONNER, Yahosh-NC PANOS, Steve-WSU

G FTM FTA Pct. 32 138 153 .902 32 202 231 .874 30 93 107 .869 31 163 191 .853 33 188 221 .851 26 55 68 .809 30 86 107 .804 30 60 75 .800 33 68 89 .764 31 115 152 .757

Team LILLARD, Damian-WSU BEITZEL, Devon-NC JONES, Melvin-PSU HANSEN, Nick-WSU STAUDACHER, Ryan-UM WATERS, Dominic-PSU JOHNSON, Branden-MSU FIGURES, Will-NC KILPATRICK,Austin-ISU ROGERS, Gabe-NAU

Team JONES, Jamie-PSU QVALE, Brian-UM JOHANNSEN, Shane-NAU DICKSON, John-SAC SESSION, Franklin-WSU MOORE, Brandon-EWU MORRIS,Trevor-WSU KILPATRICK,Austin-ISU LARSON, Nick-NAU LEPLEY, Josh-NAU

G 3PT Avg. 31 84 2.71 26 68 2.62 32 81 2.53 31 75 2.42 32 70 2.19 32 70 2.19 29 52 1.79 33 59 1.79 29 50 1.72 27 45 1.67

G BLK Avg. 32 75 2.34 30 61 2.03 26 34 1.31 30 29 0.97 31 28 0.90 29 26 0.90 31 26 0.84 29 24 0.83 28 23 0.82 28 22 0.79

Minutes Team GILCHREST,Broderick-ISU JONES, Cameron-NAU JOHNSON, Anthony-UM MORGAN,Amorrow-ISU LILLARD, Damian-WSU WATERS, Dominic-PSU HOWARD, Bobby-MSU NAVARRE, Marquis-MSU FIGURES, Will-NC JONES, Melvin-PSU

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G MIN Avg. 27 965 35.74 28 986 35.21 32 1116 34.88 28 972 34.71 31 1062 34.26 32 1079 33.72 29 940 32.41 26 834 32.08 33 1058 32.06 32 1008 31.50

2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ALL-TIME CAREER RECORDS POINTS 1. Robert Martin (1985-89)......... 1,774 2. Chuck Mobley (1955-59)........ 1,517 3. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 1,489 4. Lynn Livie (1964-66)............... 1,447 5. Alex Williams (1986-88)......... 1,239 6. Damond Edwards (1992-97)... 1,197 7. Mike Kane (1988-93).............. 1,161

Robert Martin

8. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 1,150 9. Michael Boyd (1993-97)......... 1,064 10. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)... 992

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Lynn Livie (1964-66)................. 27.8 2. Alex Williams (1986-88)........... 21.4 3. Chuck Mobley (1955-59).......... 18.3 4. Tony Matich (1957-58).............. 18.0 5. Gale Butler (1963-65)............... 17.1

Chuck Mobley

6. Darnell Anderson (1979-81)...... 16.9 7. Mitch Third (1969-70)............... 16.7 8. Nate Robinson (1976-78).......... 16.6 9. Charlie Walker (1968-71)......... 16.4 10. Charlo Davis (1991-93).......... 16.2

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 665 2. Lynn Livie (1964-66).................. 575 3. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 526

Loren Leath

4. Chuck Mobley (1955-59)........... 503 5. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 430 6. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 428 7. Alex Williams (1986-88)............ 424 8. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 399 9. Mike Kane (1988-93)................. 393 10. Greg Reed (1966-69)............... 377

FIELD GOALS ATT. Lynn Livie

1. Robert Martin (1985-89)......... 1,505 2. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 1,374

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 75 FG MADE)

1. Sean McClendon (1987-89)...... .569 2. Chris Farr (1986-88)................. .562 3. Vernon Durham (1982-87)........ .557 4. Sean Smartt (1985-89).............. .548 5. Garry Gardner (1983-84)......... .546 Joe Garland (1974-76)............. .546 7. Chuck Gulo (1975-77).............. .540 8. Bruce Green (1971-73)............. .538 9. Jason Davis (2006-08).............. .531 10. Adrian Hillman (1994-95)....... .529

THREE POINTERS 1. Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 294 2. Alex Williams (1986-88)............ 247 3. Mike Kane (1988-93)................. 245 4. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 240 5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 162 6. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 146 7. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)........ 142 8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 140 9. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 127 10. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)......... 119 Eric Carey (1995-97)............... 119

1. Chuck Mobley (1955-59)........... 511 2. Lynn Livie (1964-66).................. 297 3. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 269 4. Sean McClendon (1987-89)....... 259 5. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 251 6. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 240 7. Walt Slider (1966-69)................ 229 8. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 211 9. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 207 10. Haron Hargrave (2005-07)...... 201

FREE THROWS ATT. 1. Chuck Mobley (1955-59)........... 657 2. Sean McClendon (1987-89)....... 365 3. Lynn Livie (1964-66).................. 363 4. Vernon Durham (1982-87)......... 358 5. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 338 6. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 336 7. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 318 8. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 317 9. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 304 10. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)......... 301

FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 40 FT MADE)

THREE POINTERS ATT.

1. Joe Garland (1974-76)............. .874

1. Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 756

2. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-pres.).... .869

2. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 678

3. Carlton Rolfe (1956-57)............ .855

3. Mike Kane (1988-93)................. 545

4. Marvin Epps (1984-85)............. .846

4. Alex Williams (1986-88)............ 541

5. Laurence Houston (1975-76)...... .841

5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 506

6. Gus Armstead (1984-86)........... .839

6. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 432

7. Bruce Green (1971-73)............. .834

7. Eric Carey (1995-97)................. 427

8. Alex Williams (1986-88)........... .832

8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 419

9. Bill Bates (1974-75).................. .828

9. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)........ 405

10. Ken Stewart (1966-69)............ .823

10. Alex Bausley (2003-07)............ 387

THREE POINT PCT. (MIN. 50 FG MADE)

3. Lynn Livie (1964-66)............... 1,273

1. Alex Williams (1986-88)........... .457

4. Chuck Mobley (1955-59)........ 1,165

2. Mike Kane (1988-93)................ .446

5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)... 1,144

3. Robert Martin (1985-89)........... .389

6. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 1,000

4. Antonio Flaggs (2008-10)......... .385

7. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 997

5. Joseth Dawson (2001-04).......... .374

8. Alex Williams (1986-88)............ 992

6. Anthony Flood (1998-00).......... .372

9. Mike Kane (1988-93)................. 945

7. Jameel Pugh (2003-05)............. .371

10. Greg Reed (1966-69).............. 905

8. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)......... .370 9. Loren Leath (2005-09)............... .354

Alex Williams

FREE THROWS MADE

MISCELLANEOUS Most Points in a Game Lynn Livie..........................................51 vs. San Francisco State (1965-66) Most Field Goals in a Game Lynn Livie..........................................22 vs. San Francisco State (1965-66) Most Field Goals Attempted in a Game Lynn Livie..........................................34 vs. San Francisco State (1965-66) Most Consecutive Free Throws Made Laurence Houston..............................41 During the 1975-76 season

10. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)..... .351

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BLOCKED SHOTS

GAMES PLAYED

1. Bill Whitaker (1960-62).............. 984

1. Cassius Kelleybrew (1985-87)..... 152

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 115

2. Greg Reed (1966-69)................. 736

2. Vincent Stewart (1991-95).......... 105

DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 115

3. Louis Wright (1967-69).............. 575

3. Sean McClendon (1987-89)......... 99

3. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 112

4. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 546

4. Chris Dahlberg (1982-85)............ 76

Pat Wallace (1989-93)............... 112

5. Norm Siefkin (1966-68)............. 525

5. Justin Williams (2005-08)............. 70

Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 112

6. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 507

6. Sean Houston (1996-99).............. 67

6. Bruce Woodard (1985-89)......... 110

7. Nate Robinson (1976-78)........... 501

7. Anthony Flood (1998-00)............. 64

7. Sean Smartt (1985-89)............... 108

8. Dick Palmer (1964-66)............... 494

8. Tony Massop (1985-87)............... 61

8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 107

9. Sean Smartt (1985-89)............... 487

9. Arinze Anoruo (1998-01)............. 57

9. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 106

10. Sean Houston (1996-99).......... 481

10. Ron Chatman (1980-82)............ 56

Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 106

REBOUNDS PER GAME

BLOCKS PER GAME

GAMES STARTED

1. Bill Whitaker (1960-62)............. 17.6

1. Cassius Kelleybrew (1985-87)...... 2.8

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07)................ 86

2. Charlie Walker (1968-71)......... 13.0

2. Sean McClendon (1987-89)........ 1.7

2. Robert Martin (1985-89).............. 82

3. Louis Wright (1967-69)............. 11.3

3. Chris Dahlberg (1982-85)........... 1.5

3. Michael Boyd (1993-97).............. 80

4. Norm Siefkin (1966-68)............ 10.5

4. Anthony Flood (1998-00)............ 1.4

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)....... 76

5. Mitch Third (1969-70)................. 9.9

5. Sean Houston (1996-99)............. 1.2

5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)........ 73

Greg Reed (1966-69).................. 9.9

6. David Victor (1995-97)............... 1.1

6. Justin Eller (2007-10)................... 68

7. Dick Palmer (1964-66)................ 9.7

Tony Massop (1985-87).............. 1.1

7. Bruce Woodard (1985-89)........... 65

8. Gale Butler (1963-65)................. 9.6

Ron Chatman (1980-82).............. 1.1

8. Mike Kane (1988-93)................... 64

9. Nate Robinson (1976-78)............ 9.3

9. John Dickson (2009-pres.)........... 1.0

9. Cedric Thompkins (2000-04)........ 60

10. Mike Syas (1965-67)................ 8.8

Vincent Stewart (1991-95)........... 1.0

10. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 58

Bob Ferrel (1965-66)................ 8.8

Willie Jordan (1990-91).............. 1.0

Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 58

Damond Edwards

Mike Kane

Sean McClendon (1987-89)....... 58

ASSISTS

STEALS

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 501

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 283

MINUTES

2. Pat Wallace (1989-93)............... 428

2. Pat Wallace (1989-93)............... 210

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 2,933

3. Bruce Woodard (1985-89)......... 395

3. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 189

2. Michael Boyd (1993-97)......... 2,881

4. Chris Farr (1986-88).................. 332

4. Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 147

3. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 2,870

5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 243

5. Bruce Woodard (1985-89)......... 143

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).. 2,843

6. Robert Martin (1985-89)............ 241

6. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 132

5. Pat Wallace (1989-93)............ 2,753

7. Mark Jones (1988-92)................ 228

7. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 123

6. Damond Edwards (1992-97)... 2,588

8. Rich Johnson (1979-82)............. 226

8. Rame Batta (1999-01)................ 115

7. Rene Jacques (1998-02).......... 2,573

9. Byron Williams (1976-78).......... 194

9. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 112

8. Justin Eller (2007-10).............. 2,168

10. Raashad Hooks (2001-03)........ 187

10. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)....... 104

9. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)...... 1,827

Mark Jones (1988-92).............. 104

10. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)....... 1,762

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Chris Farr (1986-88)................... 5.7

STEALS PER GAME

MINUTES PER GAME

2. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)............ 5.6

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)...... 2.5

1. Nate Murase (1998-99)............ 34.3

3. Mark Hunter (1994-95)............... 5.2

2. Rame Batta (1999-01)................. 2.1

2. Markel Sadler (1995-96)........... 33.9

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)........... 5.1

3. Roderick Adams (2006-08)......... 1.9

3. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)........ 33.8

5. Nate Murase (1998-99).............. 4.8

Pablo Gonzales (1999-01).......... 1.9

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)......... 33.7

6. Markel Sadler (1995-96)............. 4.7

Mark Hunter (1994-95)............... 1.9

5. David Drakeford (1996-98)....... 33.4

7. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)...... 4.4

Pat Wallace (1989-93)................ 1.9

6. Boyd Ransom (1982-83)............ 33.2

8. Rich Johnson (1979-82).............. 4.2

7. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-pres.)...... 1.6

7. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)........... 32.6

9. LeRonne Armstrong (1993-94)..... 4.0

Alex Bausley (2003-07)............... 1.6

8. Jason Harris (2004-06)............. 31.2

10. Pat Wallace (1989-93).............. 3.8

9. Domineek Daniel (2009-10)........ 1.5

9. Rovan Turner (1982-83)............ 30.0

Jason Harris (2004-06)............... 1.5

10. Michael King (1993-94).......... 29.5

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS POINTS 1. Lynn Livie (1965-66).................. 779 2. Alex Williams (1987-88)............ 767 3. Lynn Livie (1964-65).................. 668 4. Robert Martin (1988-89)............ 601 5. Robert Martin (1987-88)............ 572 6. Mike Kane (1989-90)................. 561 7. Darnell Anderson (1979-80)....... 553

Norm Siefkin

8. Chuck Mobley (1958-59)........... 521 9. Nate Robinson (1977-78)........... 510 10. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)........... 506

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Lynn Livie (1965-66)................. 30.0 2. Lynn Livie (1964-65)................. 25.7 3. Alex Williams (1987-88)........... 25.6 4. Chuck Mobley (1958-59).......... 21.7 5. Robert Martin (1988-89)........... 21.5

Bill Whitaker

6. Darnell Anderson (1979-80)...... 20.5 7. Joe Garland (1974-75)............. 19.7 8. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)............ 19.5 9. Robert Martin (1987-88)........... 19.1 10. Nate Robinson (1977-78)........ 18.9

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Lynn Livie (1965-66).................. 308 2. Lynn Livie (1964-65).................. 267 3. Alex Williams (1987-88)............ 256

Nate Robinson

4. Darnell Anderson (1979-80)....... 232 5. Byron Williams (1977-78).......... 211 6. Nate Robinson (1977-78)........... 208 7. Robert Martin (1987-88)............ 206 8. Robert Martin (1988-89)............ 205 9. Tim Little (1989-90).................... 201 10. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)........... 194

Charlo Davis

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 40 FG MADE)

1. Louis Wright (1968-69)............. .620 2. Byron Williams (1977-78)......... .598 3. Marc Dubois (1970-71)............. .595 4. Davon Roberts (2006-07).......... .593 5. Sean McClendon (1988-89)...... .592 6. Sean Smartt (1987-88).............. .588 Vernon Durham (1983-84)........ .588 8. Joe Garland (1974-75)............. .577 9. Chuck Gulo (1976-77).............. .574 10. Ricky Patterson (1979-80)........ .568

THREE POINTERS 1. Alex Williams (1987-88)............ 167 2. Robert Martin (1987-88)............ 128 3. Robert Martin (1988-89)............ 118 4. Mike Kane (1989-90)................. 115 5. Charlo Davis (1991-92)............... 88 6. Alex Williams (1986-87).............. 80 7. Brandon Guyton (2003-04).......... 78 8. Loren Leath (2006-07).................. 72 9. Mike Kane (1988-89)................... 70 10. Joseth Dawson (2001-02)........... 65 Eric Carey (1995-96)................. 65

THREE POINTERS ATT. 1. Alex Williams (1987-88)............ 369

2. Jason Harris (2004-05).............. 157 3. Chuck Mobley (1958-59)........... 151 4. Sean McClendon (1988-89)....... 147 5. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)........... 140 6. Gale Butler (1963-64)................ 139 7. Tony Matich (1957-58)............... 135 Chuck Mobley (1957-58)........... 135 9. Lynn Livie (1964-65).................. 134 10. Walt Slider (1967-68).............. 130

FREE THROWS ATT. 1. Jason Harris (2004-05).............. 213 2. Lynn Livie (1965-66).................. 205 3. Sean McClendon (1988-89)....... 197 4. Chuck Mobley (1958-59)........... 195 5. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)............. 186 6. Gale Butler (1963-64)................ 182 7. Vernon Durham (1983-84)......... 179 8. Derek Lambeth (2002-03)........... 177 9. Chuck Mobley (1957-58)........... 176 Tony Matich (1957-58)............... 176

FREE THROW PCT. 1. Gus Armstead (1984-85)........... .933 2. Loren Leath (2005-06)............... .897

2. Robert Martin (1987-88)............ 336

Ken Stewart (1966-67).............. .897

3. Robert Martin (1988-89)............ 301

4. Washington Jacobs (1978-79)... .884

4. Charlo Davis (1991-92)............. 256

5. Maury Costa (1967-68)............ .883

5. Mike Kane (1989-90)................. 253

6. Joe Garland (1974-75)............. .878

6. Eric Carey (1995-96)................. 223

7. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-10)........ .869

7. Brandon Guyton (2003-04)........ 208

8. Walt Slider (1968-69)............... .864

8. Eric Carey (1996-97)................. 204

9. Joe Garland (1975-76)............. .861

9. Loren Leath (2006-07)................ 200

10. Carlton Rolfe (1956-57).......... .855

FIELD GOALS ATT. 1. Lynn Livie (1965-66).................. 681

THREE POINT PCT. (MIN. 30 FG MADE)

3. Lynn Livie (1964-65).................. 592

1. Alex Williams (1986-87)................465

4. Robert Martin (1988-89)............ 487

2. Mike Kane (1989-90).....................455

5. Darnell Anderson (1979-80)....... 486

3. Alex Williams (1987-88)................453

6. Robert Martin (1987-88)............ 484

4. Mike Kane (1990-91).....................437

7. Charlo Davis (1991-92)............. 477

5. Mike Kane (1988-89).....................429

8. Mike Kane (1989-90)................. 451

6. Anthony Flood (1999-00)...............409

9. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)............. 416

7. Robert Martin (1986-87)................403

Walt Slider (1967-68)................ 416

8. Antonio Flaggs (2008-09)..............402 9. Joseth Dawson (2001-02)...............394

Greg Reed

1. Lynn Livie (1965-66).................. 163

(MIN. 25 FT MADE)

10. Brandon Guyton (2002-03)...... 197

2. Alex Williams (1987-88)............ 627

FREE THROWS MADE

Conference Titles Sacramento State has won five conference championships, each of them coming while the program was playing in the Far Western Conference. The Hornets won titles during the 1958-59, 1961-62, 1969-70, 1971-72 and 1976-77 seasons. Sacramento State has been a member of the Far Western (1953-82), Northern California Athletic (198285), Great Northwest (1988-90), American West (1994-96) and Big Sky (1996-pres.) conferences.

10. Robert Martin (1988-89)..............392

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BLOCKED SHOTS

GAMES PLAYED

1. Bill Whitaker (1961-62).............. 502

1. Cassius Kelleybrew (1986-87)....... 77

1. Simon Zeigler (1983-84).............. 32

2. Bill Whitaker (1960-61).............. 482

2. Cassius Kelleybrew (1985-86)....... 75

2. Mark Jones (1989-90).................. 31

3. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)............. 370

3. Chris Dahlberg (1984-85)............ 61

Mike Kane (1989-90)................... 31

4. Louis Wright (1968-69).............. 337

4. Sean McClendon (1988-89)......... 52

Tim Little (1989-90)...................... 31

5. Tom Brian (1952-53).................. 324

5. Sean McClendon (1987-88)......... 47

Malcolm Merriman (1989-90)....... 31

6. Charlie Walker (1968-69).......... 304

6. Tony Massop (1986-87)............... 43

Pat Wallace (1989-90)................. 31

7. Mitch Third (1969-70)................ 276

7. Vincent Stewart (1993-94)............ 42

Vernon Durham (1983-84)........... 31

8. Dick Palmer (1965-66)............... 275

8. Sean Houston (1998-99).............. 41

Darren Pembroke (1983-84)......... 31

9. Greg Reed (1968-69)................. 265

9. Ron Chatman (1981-82)............... 40

Bill Baker (1961-62)..................... 31

10. Greg Reed (1967-68)............... 262

10. Anthony Flood (1999-00)........... 39

Bill Whitaker (1961-62)................ 31

Darnell Anderson

Abie Ramirez (1995-96)............ 39

REBOUNDS PER GAME

GAMES STARTED

1. Bill Whitaker (1960-61)............. 19.3

BLOCKS PER GAME

2. Bill Whitaker (1961-62)............. 16.2

1. Cassius Kelleybrew (1986-87)...... 2.9

3. Charlie Walker (1968-69)......... 14.5

2. Cassius Kelleybrew (1985-86)...... 2.7

Tim Little (1989-90)...................... 31

4. Norm Siefkin (1967-68)............ 14.2

3. Chris Dahlberg (1984-85)........... 2.0

4. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)....... 30

5. Louis Wright (1968-69)............. 13.5

4. Sean McClendon (1988-89)........ 1.9

Sean McClendon (1987-88)......... 30

6. Greg Reed (1968-69)................ 11.5

5. Sean Houston (1998-99)............. 1.6

Alex Williams (1987-88).............. 30

7. Ron Rohrer (1962-63)............... 11.2

Vincent Stewart (1993-94)........... 1.6

7. Alex Bausley (2006-07)................ 29

8. Tom Brian (1952-53)................. 10.8

Sean McClendon (1987-88)........ 1.6

Alex Bausley (2005-06)................ 29

9. Sean Houston (1997-98)........... 10.7

8. Tony Massop (1986-87).............. 1.5

Derek Lambeth (2002-03)............. 29

10. Dick Palmer (1965-66)............ 10.6

Ron Chatman (1981-82).............. 1.5

Jimmy White (2002-03)............... 29

1. Mark Jones (1989-90).................. 31 Mike Kane (1989-90)................... 31

Cassius Kelleybrew

10. Anthony Flood (1999-00).......... 1.4

ASSISTS

Abie Ramirez (1995-96)........... 1.4

1. Chris Farr (1987-88).................. 207

MINUTES 1. Pablo Gonzales (1999-00)......... 974

2. Pat Wallace (1989-90)............... 175

STEALS

3. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)..... 165

1. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)....... 82

3. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)..... 956

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08).......... 142

DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)....... 82

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08).......... 944

5. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)........... 140

3. Alex Bausley (2006-07)................ 72

5. Markel Sadler (1995-96)............ 914

Mark Hunter (1994-95).............. 140

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-03)....... 70

6. Pat Wallace (1989-90)............... 904

Rich Johnson (1979-80)............. 140

5. Pat Wallace (1989-90)................. 65

7. Abie Ramirez (1995-96)............ 903

8. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)..... 138

6. Alex Bausley (2005-06)................ 64

8. Jason Harris (2004-05).............. 893

9. Bruce Woodard (1988-89)......... 135

7. Tom Brian (1952-53).................... 62

9. Nate Murase (1998-99)............. 891

10. Markel Sadler (1995-96).......... 127

8. Roderick Adams (2006-07).......... 59

10. Mike Kane (1989-90)............... 889

Bruce Woodard (1985-86)....... 127

Bruce Woodard (1985-86)........... 59 10. Rame Batta (2000-01)................ 58

ASSISTS PER GAME

2. Mark Jones (1989-90)................ 966

Chris Farr

MINUTES PER GAME 1. David Drakeford (1996-97)....... 36.6

1. Chris Farr (1987-88)................... 6.9

STEALS PER GAME

2. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)............ 5.6

1. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)...... 2.9

3. Vernon Durham (1984-85)........ 34.7

Pat Wallace (1989-90)................ 5.6

2. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)...... 2.7

4. Nate Murase (1998-99)............ 34.3

4. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)...... 5.5

3. Alex Bausley (2006-07)............... 2.5

5. Sean Houston (1997-98)........... 33.9

5. Rich Johnson (1979-80).............. 5.4

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-03)...... 2.4

6. Markel Sadler (1995-96)........... 33.9

6. Mark Hunter (1994-95)............... 5.2

5. Headley Chambers (1982-83)..... 2.3

7. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)......... 33.7

7. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)........... 5.1

6. Alex Bausley (2005-06)............... 2.1

8. Abie Ramirez (1995-96)........... 33.4

8. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)...... 4.9

Rame Batta (2000-01)................. 2.1

9. Boyd Ransom (1982-83)............ 33.2

9. Nate Murase (1998-99).............. 4.8

Rame Batta (1999-00)................. 2.1

10. Jason Harris (2004-05)........... 33.1

Bruce Woodard (1988-89).......... 4.8

Pat Wallace (1989-90)................ 2.1

2. Pablo Gonzales (1999-00)........ 36.1

Bruce Woodard (1985-86).......... 2.1

Dick Palmer

Byron Williams

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL DIV. I CAREER RECORDS (1991-PRES.) POINTS 1. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 1,489 2. Damond Edwards (1992-97).... 1,197 3. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 1,150 4. Michael Boyd (1993-97)......... 1,064 5. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 992. 6. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 856 7. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 802

Joel Jones

8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 798 9. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 769 10. Justin Eller (2007-10)............... 762

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............ 16.2 2. Jason Harris (2004-06)............. 15.4 3. Joseth Dawson (2001-04).......... 14.2 4. Sedessa Fisher (1997-98).......... 13.9 5. Loren Leath (2005-09)............... 13.3

Rene Jacques

6. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)........ 13.1 7. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)......... 12.1 Joel Jones (2001-04)................. 12.1 Anthony Flood (1998-00).......... 12.1 10. Jameel Pugh (2003-05)........... 12.0

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 526 2. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 430 3. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 428

Joseth Dawson

4. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 399 5. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 321 6. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 313 7. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 271 8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 261 9. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 257 10. Sean Houston (1996-99).......... 253 Abie Ramirez (1994-96).......... 253

Pablo Gonzalez

Jason Harris

FIELD GOALS ATT.

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 75 FG MADE)

1. Jason Davis (2006-08).............. .531 2. Adrian Hillman (1994-95).......... .529 3. Davon Roberts (2004-07)........... .525 4. Rickie Glenn (1999-01)............. .510 5. Tony Champion (2000-04)........... .507 6. Justin Williams (2005-08)............ .506 7. Jimmy White (2001-03)............ .497 Rob Donohue (1991-92)............ .497 9. Cedric Thompkins (2000-04)..... .495 10. Angel Alamo (2006-07).......... .481

THREE POINTERS 1. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 240 2. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 162 3. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 146 4. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)........ 142 5. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 140 6. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 127 7. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 119 Eric Carey (1995-97)................. 119 9. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)....... 97 10. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)......... 94

THREE POINTERS ATT.

FREE THROWS MADE 1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 269 2. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 251 3. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 240 4. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 211 5. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 207 6. Haron Hargrave (2005-07)........ 201 7. Derek Lambeth (1999-03)........... 200 8. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 197 9. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 179 10. Alex Bausley (2003-07)............ 163

FREE THROWS ATT. 1. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 338 2. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).......336 3. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 318 4. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 317 5. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 304 6. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 301 7. Derek Lambeth (1999-03)........... 287 8. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 257 9. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 256 10. Haron Hargrave (2005-07)...... 247

FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 40 FT MADE)

1. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 678

1. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-pres.).... .869

2. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 506

2. Angel Alamo (2006-07)............ .821

3. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 432

3. Haron Hargrave (2005-07)....... .814

4. Eric Carey (1995-97)................. 427

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).... .801

5. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 419

5. Joseth Dawson (2001-04).......... .797

6. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)........ 405

6. Rame Batta (1999-01)............... .794

7. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 387

7. Antonio Flaggs (2008-10)......... .793

8. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 318

8. Shamar Brown (1991-93).......... .778

9. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)......... 283

9. Loren Leath (2005-09)............... .767

10. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).. 277

Raashad Hooks (2001-03)......... .767

THREE POINT PCT. (MIN. 50 FG MADE)

1. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 1,374

1. Antonio Flaggs (2008-10)........... .385

2. Damond Edwards (1992-97).... 1,144

2. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)............ .374

3. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 1,000

3. Anthony Flood (1998-00).......... .372

4. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 997

4. Jameel Pugh (2003-05)............. .371

5. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 808

5. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08).......... .370

6. Charlo Davis (1991-93)............. 792

6. Loren Leath (2005-09)............... .354

7. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 777

7. Brandon Guyton (2002-04)....... .351

8. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 637

8. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).... .350

9. Jason Harris (2004-06).............. 610

Joel Jones (2001-04)................. .350

10. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)....... 597

10. Clark Woods (2005-08).......... .348

DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Sean Houston (1996-99).............. 17 2. Alex Bausley (2003-07).................. 8 Abie Ramirez (1994-96)................ 8 4. Arinze Anoruo (1998-01)............... 7 5. Justin Eller (2007-10)..................... 6 Cedric Thompkins (2000-04).......... 6 Jimmy White (2001-03)................. 6 Damond Edwards (1992-97).......... 6 Robert Morris (1991-93)................ 6 10. Anthony Flood (1998-00)............. 5 Michael Boyd (1993-97).............. 5

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BLOCKED SHOTS

GAMES PLAYED

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 546

1. Vincent Stewart (1991-95)............105

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 115

2. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 507

2. Justin Williams (2005-08)...............70

DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 115

3. Sean Houston (1996-99)............ 481

3. Sean Houston (1996-99)................67

3. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 112

4. Justin Eller (2007-10)................. 455

4. Anthony Flood (1998-00)...............64

4. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 107

5. Cedric Thompkins (2000-04)...... 441

5. Arinze Anoruo (1998-01)...............57

5. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 106

6. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 398

6. David Victor (1995-97)..................55

Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 106

7. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)............ 396

7. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)................49

7. Vincent Stewart (1991-95).......... 104

8. Arinze Anoruo (1998-01)........... 327

8. Jimmy White (2001-03).................48

8. Tony Champion (2000-04).......... 103

9. Chris Lange (2002-06)............... 318

9. Chris Lange (2002-06)...................47

9. Randy Adams (2004-09)............ 100

10. Jimmy White (2001-03)........... 317

Michael Boyd (1993-97)................47

10. Chris Lange (2002-06)............... 98

REBOUNDS PER GAME

BLOCKS PER GAME

GAMES STARTED

1. Sean Houston (1996-99)............. 8.4

1. Anthony Flood (1998-00)............ 1.4

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07)................ 86

2. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)............. 7.3

2. Sean Houston (1996-99)............. 1.2

2. Michael Boyd (1993-97).............. 80

3. Michael King (1993-94).............. 6.5

3. David Victor (1995-97)............... 1.1

3. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)....... 76.

4. Angel Alamo (2006-07).............. 6.1

4. John Dickson (2009-pres.)........... 1.0

4. Damond Edwards (1992-97)........ 73

5. Anthony Flood (1998-00)............ 5.9

Vincent Stewart (1991-95)........... 1.0

5. Justin Eller (2007-10)................... 68

6. Malcolm Merriman (1991-92)...... 5.8

6. Jimmy White (2001-03).............. 0.9

6. Cedric Thompkins (2000-04)........ 60

7. Jimmy White (2001-03).............. 5.7

Abie Ramirez (1994-96)............. 0.9

7. Loren Leath (2005-09).................. 58

Adrian Hillman (1994-95)........... 5.7

8. Justin Williams (2005-08)............ 0.8

Rene Jacques (1998-02)............... 58

Robert Morris (1991-93)............. 5.7

Joel Jones (2001-04)................... 0.8

9. Derek Lambeth (1999-03)............. 56

10. Justin Eller (2007-10)................ 5.2

Arinze Anoruo (1998-01)............ 0.8

10. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)............ 53

Haron Hargrave

Anthony Flood

Michael King (1993-94).............. 0.8

ASSISTS

MINUTES

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)...... 501

STEALS

2. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 243

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)..... 283

2. Michael Boyd (1993-97)......... 2,881

3. Raashad Hooks (2001-03).......... 187

2. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 189

3. Loren Leath (2005-09)............. 2,870

4. Rame Batta (1999-01)................ 184

3. Michael Boyd (1993-97)............ 132

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06).. 2,843

5. Mike Marcial (1008-10)............. 180

4. Damond Edwards (1992-97)...... 123

5. Damond Edwards (1992-97)... 2,588

6. Pat Wallace (1991-93)............... 177

5. Rame Batta (1999-01)................ 115

6. Rene Jacques (1998-02).......... 2,573

7. Alex Bausley (2003-07).............. 171

6. Loren Leath (2005-09)................ 112

7. Justin Eller (2007-10).............. 2,168

8. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 149

7. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)......... 104

8. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)...... 1,827

9. Joseth Dawson (2001-04)........... 146

8. Pat Wallace (1991-93)............... 103

9. Abie Ramirez (1994-96)......... 1,762

10. Michael Boyd (1993-97).......... 144

9. Rene Jacques (1998-02)............. 101

10. Chris Lange (2002-06).......... 1,707

1. Alex Bausley (2003-07)........... 2,933

Rickie Glenn

10. Justin Williams (2005-08)........... 93

ASSISTS PER GAME

MINUTES PER GAME

1. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)..............5.6

STEALS PER GAME

2. Mark Hunter (1994-95).................5.2

1. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)...... 2.5

2. Markel Sadler (1995-96).............33.9

3. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08).............5.1

2. Rame Batta (1999-01)................. 2.1

3. Pablo Gonzales (1999-01)..........33.8

4. Nate Murase (1998-99)................4.8

3. Roderick Adams (2006-08)......... 1.9

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)...........33.7

5. Markel Sadler (1995-96)...............4.7

Pablo Gonzales (1999-01).......... 1.9

5. David Drakeford (1996-98).........33.4

6. DaShawn Freeman (2002-06)........4.4

Mark Hunter (1994-95)............... 1.9

6. Abie Ramirez (1994-96).............32.6

7. LeRonne Armstrong (1993-94).......4.0

Pat Wallace (1991-93)................ 1.9

7. Jason Harris (2004-06)...............31.2

8. Rame Batta (1999-01)...................3.4

7. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-pres.)...... 1.6

8. Michael King (1993-94)..............29.5

9. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-pres.)........3.3

Alex Bausley (2003-07)............... 1.6

9. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)............29.3

Raashad Hooks (2001-03).............3.3

9. Domineek Daniel (2009-10)........ 1.5

10. Sean Houston (1996-99)...........29.1

Jason Harris (2004-06)............... 1.5

1. Nate Murase (1998-99)..............34.3

Sean Houston

Charlo Davis (1991-93)............29.1

Raashad Hooks (2001-03)........... 1.5

Jameel Pugh

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL DIV. I SEASON RECORDS (1991-PRES.) POINTS 1. Charlo Davis (1991-92)..............505 2. Jason Harris (2004-05)...............472 3. Loren Leath (2008-09).................437 4. Alex Bausley (2005-06)...............407 5. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)............404 6. Rickie Glenn (2000-01)...............401 7. Damond Edwards (1994-95).......397

Justin Eller

8. Pablo Gonzales (2000-01)..........395 9. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)......391 10. Derek Lambeth (2002-03)..........376

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Charlo Davis (1991-92).............18.0 2. Jason Harris (2004-05)..............17.5 3. Loren Leath (2008-09)................15.6 4. Rickie Glenn (2000-01)..............15.4 5. Jameel Pugh (2004-05)..............15.0

Brandon Guyton

6. Damond Edwards (1996-97)......14.8 7. Damond Edwards (1994-95)......14.7 8. Pablo Gonzales (2000-01).........14.6 9. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)...........14.4 Sean Houston (1997-98)............14.4

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Charlo Davis (1991-92)..............187 2. Rickie Glenn (2000-01)...............157 3. Alex Bausley (2005-06)...............156

Derek Lambeth

4. Loren Leath (2008-09).................149 5. Alex Bausley (2006-07)...............144 Jason Harris (2004-05)...............144 7. Damond Edwards (1994-95).......142 8. Abie Ramirez (1995-96).............141 9. Loren Leath (2006-07).................140 10. Pablo Gonzales (2000-01)........136

FIELD GOALS ATT. 1. Charlo Davis (1991-92)..............477

Abie Ramirez

FIELD GOAL PCT. (MIN. 40 FG MADE)

1. Davon Roberts (2006-07)............593 2. Jason Davis (2007-08)................556 3. Jimmy White (2002-03)..............535 4. Arinze Anoruo (2000-01)............534 5. Adrian Hillman (1994-95)...........529 6. Justin Williams (2005-06)............527 7. Tony Champion (2003-04)...........523 8. Rickie Glenn (2000-01)...............515 9. Dean Amos (1994-95)................511 10. Tony Champion (2002-03).........504

THREE POINTERS 1. Charlo Davis (1991-92)................88 2. Brandon Guyton (2003-04)...........78 3. Loren Leath (2006-07)...................72 4. Joseth Dawson (2001-02)..............65 Eric Carey (1995-96)....................65 6. Brandon Guyton (2002-03)...........64 7. Nate Murase (1998-99)................62 8. Loren Leath (2008-09)...................61 Damond Edwards (1994-95).........61 10. Jameel Pugh (2004-05)...............59

THREE POINTERS ATT.

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Jason Harris (2004-05)...............157 2. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)............140 3. Derek Lambeth (2002-03)............125 4. Haron Hargrave (2006-07).........119 5. Justin Eller (2007-10)..................100 Joseth Dawson (2001-02)............100 7. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)........96 8. Jason Harris (2005-06).................94 9. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-10)............93 10. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)......89

FREE THROWS ATT. 1. Jason Harris (2004-05)...............213 2. Derek Lambeth (2002-03)............177 3. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)............165 4. Haron Hargrave (2006-07).........145 5. Justin Eller (2007-10)..................142 6. Joseth Dawson (2001-02)............136 7. Rickie Glenn (2000-01)...............133 8. Jason Harris (2005-06)...............125 9. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)......118 10. Rob Donohue (1991-92)............115

FREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 25 FT MADE)

1. Charlo Davis (1991-92)..............256

1. Loren Leath (2005-06).................897

2. Eric Carey (1995-96)..................223

2. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-10)..........869

3. Brandon Guyton (2003-04).........208

3. Rame Batta (2000-01).................852

4. Eric Carey (1996-97)..................204

4. Joseth Dawson (2003-04)............848

5. Loren Leath (2006-07).................200

5. Angel Alamo (2006-07)..............821

6. Brandon Guyton (2002-03).........197

Haron Hargrave (2006-07).........821

7. Nate Murase (1998-99)..............185

7. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)......814

8. Damond Edwards (1994-95).......180

8. Antonio Flaggs (2008-09)...........806

9. Charlo Davis (1992-93)..............176

Kris Groce (2006-07)..................806

10. Loren Leath (2007-08)...............169

10. DaShawn Freeman (2003-04)....805

THREE POINT PCT.

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

(MIN. 20 FG MADE)

2. Loren Leath (2006-07).................389

1. Duro Bjegovic (2009-10).............468

3. Loren Leath (2007-08).................372

2. Anthony Flood (1999-00)............409

4. Damond Edwards (1994-95).......353

3. John Dickson (2009-10)..............406

5. Loren Leath (2008-09).................352

4. Antonio Flaggs (2008-09)...........402

6. Damond Edwards (1996-97).......343

5. Joseth Dawson (2001-02)............394

7. Alex Bausley (2006-07)...............340

6. Pat Wallace (1992-93)................379

Jason Harris (2004-05)...............340

7. Jameel Pugh (2004-05)...............378

9. Sean Colter (1992-93)................338

8. Jared Stigall (2008-09)...............377

10. Jameel Pugh (2004-05).............330

Loren Leath (2005-06).................377 10. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)....376

1. Sean Houston (1998-99)................ 8 2. Sean Houston (1997-98)................ 7 3. Arinze Anoruo (2000-01)............... 6 Damond Edwards (1996-97).......... 6 Abie Ramirez (1995-96)................ 6 6. Anthony Flood (1999-00)............... 5 7. Justin Eller (2008-09)..................... 4 Alex Bausley (2004-05).................. 4 Jimmy White (2002-03)................. 4 Cedric Thompkins (2001-02).......... 4 Adrian Hillman (1994-95).............. 4

Pat Wallace

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BLOCKED SHOTS

GAMES PLAYED

1. Sean Houston (1998-99).............215

1. Vincent Stewart (1993-94).............42

1. Domineek Daniel (2009-10)......... 30

2. Abie Ramirez (1995-96).............206

2. Sean Houston (1998-99)...............41

John Dickson (2009-10)............... 30

3. Justin Eller (2008-09)..................193

3. Anthony Flood (1999-00)..............39

Justin Eller (2009-10)................... 30

4. Anthony Flood (1999-00)............192

Abie Ramirez (1995-96)...............39

Mike Marcial (2009-10)............... 30

5. Abie Ramirez (1994-95).............190

5. Jimmy White (2002-03)................37

Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-10)........... 30

6. Cedric Thompkins (2001-02).......177

6. David Victor (1995-96).................35

Randy Adams (2005-06).............. 30

7. Angel Alamo (2006-07)..............176

7. Justin Williams (2007-08)..............31

Alex Bausley (2005-06)................ 30

8. Jimmy White (2002-03)..............175

8. John Dickson (2009-10)................29

DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)....... 30

9. Justin Eller (2007-10)..................165

9. Joel Jones (2001-02).....................26

Haron Hargrave (2005-06).......... 30

10. Arinze Anoruo (2000-01)..........163

Arinze Anoruo (2000-01)..............26

Davon Roberts (2005-06)............. 30

Vincent Stewart

Clark Woods (2005-06)............... 30

REBOUNDS PER GAME

BLOCKS PER GAME

1. Sean Houston (1997-98)............10.7

1. Sean Houston (1998-99)..............1.6

2. Sean Houston (1998-99)..............8.6

Vincent Stewart (1993-94)............1.6

1. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)....... 30

3. Abie Ramirez (1995-96)..............7.6

3. Anthony Flood (1999-00).............1.4

2. Alex Bausley (2006-07)................ 29

4. Anthony Flood (1999-00).............7.1

Abie Ramirez (1995-96)..............1.4

Alex Bausley (2005-06)................ 29

5. Abie Ramirez (1994-95)..............7.0

5. Jimmy White (2002-03)...............1.3

Derek Lambeth (2002-03)............. 29

6. Justin Eller (2008-09)...................6.7

Anthony Flood (1998-99).............1.3

Jimmy White (2002-03)............... 29

7. Arinze Anoruo (2000-01).............6.5

David Victor (1995-96)................1.3

6. Roderick Adams (2006-07).......... 28

Michael King (1993-94)...............6.5

8. Mike Edwards (2008-09)..............1.1

Joel Jones (2003-04).................... 28

9. Sean Houston (1996-97)..............6.4

Justin Williams (2007-08).............1.1

8. Justin Eller (2008-09)................... 27

10. Cedric Thompkins (2001-02)......6.3

10. Four Players...............................1.0

Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)............ 27

Damond Edwards (1996-97)......6.3

Jimmy White

Jason Harris (2004-05)................ 27

STEALS

ASSISTS

GAMES STARTED

1. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)........82

Cedric Thompkins (2001-02)........ 27 Abie Ramirez (1994-95).............. 27

1. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06)......165

DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)........82

2. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)...........142

3. Alex Bausley (2006-07).................72

MINUTES

3. Ryan Coleman (1997-98)............140

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-03)........70

1. Pablo Gonzales (1999-00)...........974

Mark Hunter (1994-95)...............140

5. Alex Bausley (2005-06).................64

2. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06).......956

5. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05)......138

6. Roderick Adams (2006-07)...........59

3. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)............944

6. Markel Sadler (1995-96).............127

7. Rame Batta (2000-01)...................58

4. Markel Sadler (1995-96)..............914

7. Nate Murase (1998-99)..............126

8. Rame Batta (1999-00)...................57

5. Abie Ramirez (1995-96)..............903

8. Raashad Hooks (2002-03)...........117

9. Jason Harris (2004-05).................55

6. Jason Harris (2004-05)................893

9. Rame Batta (2000-01).................111

10. Pablo Gonzales (2000-01)..........53

7. Nate Murase (1998-99)...............891

10. LeRonne Armstrong (1993-94)...108

8. Raashad Hooks (2002-03)............881

Pat Wallace (1992-93)................53

Raashad Hooks

9. Sultan Toles-Bey (2009-10)...........872

ASSISTS PER GAME

STEALS PER GAME

1. Ryan Coleman (1997-98).............5.6

1. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05).......2.9

2. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06).......5.5

2. DaShawn Freeman (2005-06).......2.7

3. Mark Hunter (1994-95)................5.2

3. Alex Bausley (2006-07)................2.5

4. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)............5.1

4. DaShawn Freeman (2002-03).......2.4

2. Pablo Gonzales (1999-00)..........36.1

5. DaShawn Freeman (2004-05).......4.9

5. Alex Bausley (2005-06)................2.1

3. Nate Murase (1998-99)..............34.3

6. Nate Murase (1998-99)...............4.8

Rame Batta (2000-01)..................2.1

4. Sean Houston (1997-98).............33.9

7. Markel Sadler (1995-96)..............4.7

Rame Batta (1999-00)..................2.1

Markel Sadler (1995-96).............33.9

8. Kris Groce (2006-07)...................4.2

8. Roderick Adams (2006-07)..........2.0

6. Vinnie McGhee (2007-08)...........33.7

9. Rame Batta (2000-01)..................4.1

Jason Harris (2004-05)................2.0

7. Abie Ramirez (1995-96).............33.4

David Drakeford (1996-97)..........4.1

Pablo Gonzales (2000-01)...........2.0

8. Jason Harris (2004-05)...............33.1

Pat Wallace (1992-93).................2.0

9. Rene Jacques (1998-99)..............32.7

10. Alex Bausley (2004-05)..............871

MINUTES PER GAME

Nate Murase

1. David Drakeford (1996-97).........36.6

10. Damond Edwards (1996-97).....32.2

David Victor

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GAME RECORDS

131-100......... vs. Chico State (1987-88) 124-96........... vs. Chico State (1988-89) 121-111.......... at Chico State (1987-88) 118-103..... vs. Sonoma State (1987-88) 117-77..... vs. Humboldt State (1974-75) 115-85....... vs. Sonoma State (1965-66) 114-107..at San Francisco St. (1965-66) 113-127...at U.S. International (1987-88) 113-92.......... at CS Hayward (1987-88) 113-89.........vs. CS Hayward (1976-77) 111-108....... at CS Stanislaus (1979-80) 111-90.......... vs. So. Oregon (1977-78) 110-97.......... at No. Arizona (2003-04) 110-106...vs. UW Milwaukee (1991-92) 110-112......vs. UA Fairbanks (1988-89) 109-58............... vs. Simpson (1985-86) 109-62........ at Sonoma State (1970-71) 108-82..........vs. Cal State LA (1988-89) 108-89........vs. CS Stanislaus (1979-80) 107-73................vs. Bethany (2006-07) 107-106.......... at Idaho State (2005-06) 107-96.. vs. San Francisco St. (1975-76) 106-94...... vs. Long Beach St. (2005-06) 106-91............ at Chico State (1989-90) 106-102..... vs. Emporia State (1987-88) 106-58............vs. Dominican (1984-85) 106-104......vs. CS Stanislaus (1982-83) 106-80.........vs. Humboldt St. (1967-68) 106-93.. vs. San Francisco St. (1965-66) 105-83......... vs. Weber State (2006-07) 105-132......at Southern Utah (1990-91) 105-66................vs. Whittier (1974-75) 105-79........vs. Fresno Pacific (1968-69) 104-71............... vs. Simpson (2007-08) 104-86............... at UC Davis (1988-89) 104-93...........at Cal State LA (1987-88) 104-78...........at Cal Western (1967-68) 103-84................vs. Bethany (2000-01) 103-93... at U.S. International (1990-91) 103-79..............vs. UC Davis (1989-90) 103-76........vs. CS Stanislaus (1977-78) 103-86.........vs. Humboldt St. (1976-77) 103-78.........at Lewis & Clark (1968-69) 103-98........vs. Fresno Pacific (1965-66) 103-87........... at CS Fullerton (1964-65) 102-87......vs. UA Anchorage (1989-90) 102-64 ...... vs. Sonoma State (1970-71) 102-103..at San Francisco St. (1964-65) 101-116.................. at Idaho (1991-92) 100-77..............vs. UC Davis (2006-07) 100-61......vs. William Jessup (2005-06) 100-76.......... at Cal Lutheran (1989-90) 100-88........... vs. Florida Intl. (1988-89) 100-76.........vs. CS Hayward (1982-83) 100-91.........vs. CS Hayward (1977-78) 100-51............vs. Macalester (1975-76) 100-61...........vs. Sonoma St. (1971-72) 100-95............ at Chico State (1965-66)

Most Combined Points 240, USIU 127-SAC 113 (1987-88) Most Points Allowed 132 vs. Southern Utah (2-11-91) Most Points in a Period (Div. I) 63 vs. Simpson (1st, 11-12-07) 67 at Northern Arizona (2nd, 2-7-04) 25 vs. UW Milwaukee (ot, 1-9-92) Fewest Points in a Period (Div. I) 9 at Eastern Washington (1st, 2-5-09) 14 at Marquette (2nd, 12-15-91) 0 at Montana (ot, 2-3-00)

Fewest Free Throws Made 1 vs. Portland State (1-17-99) Most Free Throw Attempts 51 vs. Nevada (1954-55) 48 at Northern Arizona (12-28-06, Div. I) Fewest Free Throws Attempted 3 at Saint Mary’s (1-18-94) Best Free Throw Pct (Min. 15 att) 95.5 (21-22) at Lipscomb (1-4-03) Lowest Free Throw Pct (Min. 15 att) 26.3 (5-19) vs. San Francisco (11-14-06) Fewest Points Scored in a Loss 29 vs. Nevada (1958-59)

Most Field Goals Made 47 vs. Chico State (11-18-88) 43 vs. Bethany (11-10-06, Div. I)

Fewest Points in a Win 39-28 vs. USF (1951-52)

Fewest Field Goals Made 10 at Santa Clara (12-6-08)

Fewest Points Allowed 28 vs. USF (1951-52)

Most Field Goals Attempted 102 vs. Humboldt State (1967-68) 86 vs. Southern Utah (2-22-92, Div. I)

Largest Winning Margin 55 vs. Bethany (11-17-00)

Fewest Field Goals Attempted 37 at UC Riverside (11-18-08) Best Field Goal Percentage 73.0 (46-63) vs. Humboldt St. (12-3-76) 61.4 (27-44) at MSU (1-30-03, Div. I) Lowest Field Goal Percentage 20.4 (11-54) at USF (12-4-99) Most Three-Pointers Made 17 vs. Idaho State (2-21-04) Fewest Three-Pointers Made 0 (3x), last at Montana State (11-28-93) Most Three-Pointers Attempted 39 vs. Idaho State (2-21-04) Fewest Three-Pointers Attempted 6 (4x), last at Toledo (12-20-94) Best 3-Field Goal Percentage 70.6 (12-17) at Northern Colo. (1-13-08) Lowest 3-Field Goal Percentage 0.0 (3x), last at MSU (0-6, 11-28-93) Most Free Throws Made 34 vs. Chico State (1967-68) 34 vs. Sonoma State (1971-72) 31 vs. Eastern Wash. (2-3-05, Div. I)

Largest Losing Margin 53 vs. Saint Mary’s, 96-43 (1984-85) Most Rebounds 80 vs. Fresno Pacific (1969-70) 57 vs. Idaho State (1-17-98, Div. I)

Loren Leath owns the record for most points scored during the program’s Div. I history after combining to drop in 1,489 points during his four seasons (2005-09).

Fewest Rebounds 16 at Northern Arizona (3-7-06) Most Assists 27 vs. Bethany (11-10-06) Fewest Assists 2 (2x), last at Eastern Wash. (1-8-05) Most Turnovers 39 at Cal Poly (11-23-98) Fewest Turnovers 4 vs. Idaho State (1-24-09) Most Blocks 11 (2x), last vs. UC Davis (11-25-06) Fewest Blocks 0 (30x), last at Montana State (2-18-10) Most Steals 21 vs. Bethany (11-17-00) Fewest Steals 1 (5x), last at Washington St. (11-21-08) One of the best two-sport athletes in school history, Mike Kane (1988-93) averaged 12.1 ppg and starred for the Hornet baseball team, eventually signing with the California Angels.

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41.........Loren Leath at Northern Colorado (1/13/08) 40............ Jameel Pugh vs. William Jessup (1/25/05) 36....... Damond Edwards vs. Eastern Wash. (2/8/97) 33.......... Sedessa Fisher at Oregon State (11/29/97) 33.......................Charlo Davis at UC Davis (2/2/92) 32.............Joseth Dawson vs. Weber State (2/19/04) 32.............Sedessa Fisher at Eastern Wash. (2/7/98) 32............Sedessa Fisher vs. Eastern Wash. (1/8/98)

FIELD GOALS

15............ Jameel Pugh vs. William Jessup (1/25/05) 14.............Sedessa Fisher at Eastern Wash. (2/7/98) 13......... Sean Houston at Northern Arizona (1/4/99) 13.............Sean Houston at Portland State (1/10/98) 13.......... Sedessa Fisher at Oregon State (11/29/97) 13....................... Mark Hunter at Toledo (12/10/94)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

25.... Charlo Davis vs. Northeastern Illinois (2/20/92) 25......... Major Whitlock at Montana State (1/11/92) 24................ Sean Houston at Minnesota (12/29/98) 24.......... Sedessa Fisher at Oregon State (11/29/97) 24...............Charlo Davis at Fresno State (11/25/91)

THREE POINTERS

9...........Loren Leath at Northern Colorado (1/13/09) 8................... Haron Hargrave at Denver (11/17/06) 8.............. Jameel Pugh vs. William Jessup (1/25/05) 8............................Charlo Davis at USC (11/30/91) 7...............Jameel Pugh vs. Montana State (2/19/05) 7.......Brandon Guyton at Texas A&M-C.C. (1/14/03) 7............... Joseth Dawson at Portland State (2/1/02) 7................ Damond Edwards vs. Cal Poly (2/11/95)

THREE POINTERS ATTEMPTED

16.....................Eric Carey vs. Weber State (2/1/97) 16..........Eric Carey at Cal State Northridge (2/1/96) 16..... Charlo Davis vs. Cal State Northridge (2/8/92) 15...... Brandon Guyton at San Jose State (12/13/03) 15..................Nate Murase at Idaho State (2/20/99) 15..........Eric Carey vs. Texas-San Antonio (12/7/96)

FREE THROWS

15............Sedessa Fisher vs. Eastern Wash. (1/8/98) 14................Jason Harris vs. Portland State (2/5/05) 14........Joseth Dawson at Northern Arizona (2/7/04) 13.................... Jason Harris vs. UC Davis (12/1/04) 13.......... Pablo Gonzales vs. UC Riverside (1/19/01)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

19................Jason Harris vs. Portland State (2/5/05) 18........David Joiner at Loyola Marymount (12/8/01) 16................. Rickie Glenn at Weber State (2/17/01) 16............Sedessa Fisher vs. Eastern Wash. (1/8/98) 15...... Rob Donohue at UC Santa Barbara (12/2/91)

REBOUNDS

18.............. Sean Houston at Eastern Wash. (2/7/98) 18................Sean Houston vs. Idaho State (1/17/98) 17............... Abie Ramirez vs. San Diego (11/24/95) 16.................Sean Houston at Idaho State (2/14/98) 16.................. Sean Houston at Montana (11/30/96)

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

10....Malcolm Merriman vs. Southern Utah (2/22/92) 9..................Sean Houston vs. Idaho State (1/17/98) 8......................................... 10 times by nine players

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

15..............Adrian Hillman vs. Columbia (12/31/94) 14.............. Sean Houston at Eastern Wash. (2/7/98) 11.................Jimmy White vs. Idaho State (1/23/03) 11.............Rickie Glenn vs. Montana State (2/10/00) 11........... Sean Houston vs. Eastern Wash. (2/13/99) 11...................Sean Houston vs. Montana (1/27/99) 11.....Damond Edwards vs. Montana State (1/30/97)

ASSISTS

14........Vinnie McGhee vs. William Jessup (12/4/07) 13................ Nate Murase at Fresno State (12/1/98) 13..........Ryan Coleman vs. Montana State (1/29/98) 12............... Vinnie McGhee vs. Simpson (11/12/07) 12......... DaShawn Freeman at Idaho State (1/12/06) 12...... Raashad Hooks at Texas A&M-C.C. (1/14/03) 12.............. Ryan Coleman vs. Idaho State (1/17/98)

TURNOVERS

12.....................Damond Edwards at USC (12/6/94) 12......Damond Edwards at CS Northridge (2/19/94) 11....... DaShawn Freeman at Portland State (1/6/05) 11.................... Nate Murase at Cal Poly (11/23/98) 10..................... Abie Ramirez at Fairfield (12/7/95)

BLOCKED SHOTS

Sedessa Fisher scored at least 32 points three times during the 1997-98 season, and owns three of the top eight Hornet Div. I single-game scoring marks. That includes 33 points at Oregon State.

6................. David Victor vs. Oral Roberts (1/26/97) 5................. Jimmy White vs. Weber State (1/25/03) 5...Anthony Flood vs. Cal State Northridge (1/27/00) 5..................... Anthony Flood vs. Nevada (12/8/99) 5.................. Sean Houston vs. Weber State (1/2/99) 5........................... David Victor at Cal Poly (2/3/96) 5................... Abie Ramirez vs. Montana (11/27/95) 5................... Vincent Stewart at San Diego (3/1/94)

STEALS

10........... DaShawn Freeman vs. Montana (2/17/05) 8......... DaShawn Freeman at Portland State (1/6/05) 7..........DaShawn Freeman vs. Idaho State (2/11/06) 7.............DaShawn Freeman vs. UC Davis (12/1/04) 7............... DaShawn Freeman at Cal Poly (12/6/03) 7...... Raashad Hooks at Northern Arizona (1/11/03) 7...................Michael Boyd vs. UC Davis (11/29/95) 7...................... Michael Boyd vs. Cal Poly (2/11/95)

MINUTES PLAYED

48........ Jimmy White at Northern Arizona (1/11/03) 47................Sean Houston vs. Idaho State (1/17/98) 47.............. Ryan Coleman vs. Idaho State (1/17/98) 46............... Abie Ramirez vs. San Diego (11/24/95) 44......................Joel Jones vs. Weber State (2/8/02) 44.. David Drakeford vs. Northern Illinois (11/19/97) 44...................Michael Boyd at Idaho State (1/3/96) 44..................Adrian Hillman vs. Gonzaga (1/8/95) 44......................Mark Hunter vs. Gonzaga (1/8/95)

Joel Jones, who was a two-time honorable mention all-Big Sky Conference selection, was named to the Puerto Rican national team and played in the 2007 Pan American Games.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL YEARLY STATISTICAL TEAM TOTALS Year G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB/AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2009-10 30 671-1632 .411 176-507 .347 417-583 .715 970/32.3 563-7 385 424 85 216 1935 64.5 2008-09 29 574-1433 .401 153-424 .361 351-507 .692 830/28.6 522-8 298 420 46 129 1652 57.0 2007-08 28 653-1642 .398 164-505 .325 335-549 .610 877/31.3 556-15 332 413 81 252 1805 64.5 2006-07 29 793-1904 .416 187-575 .325 419-671 .624 977/33.7 654-17 390 416 99 320 2192 75.6 2005-06 30 802-1866 .430 219-634 .345 450-635 .709 994/33.1 675-12 375 377 113 295 2273 75.8 2004-05 28 654-1696 .386 193-583 .331 433-640 .677 1000/35.7 634-20 334 421 86 279 1934 69.1 2003-04 28 672-1661 .405 225-620 .363 420-627 .670 1015/36.3 621-18 378 416 83 240 1989 71.0 2002-03 29 660-1611 .410 165-539 .306 409-608 .673 963/33.2 615-18 375 480 87 247 1894 65.3 2001-02 28 711-1682 .423 175-517 .338 457-694 .659 979/35.0 599-11 385 466 81 252 2054 73.4 2000-01 27 680-1598 .426 148-477 .310 397-619 .641 872/32.3 567-12 377 476 68 260 1905 70.6 1999-00 27 616-1548 .398 147-467 .315 297-442 .672 886/32.8 476-18 320 404 95 240 1676 62.1 1998-99 26 598-1570 .381 179-548 .327 193-348 .555 879/33.8 438-7 333 441 104 198 1568 60.0 1997-98 26 577-1435 .402 113-387 .292 250-450 .556 915/35.2 500-17 294 472 51 121 1517 58.3 1996-97 26 563-1549 .363 160-534 .300 267-433 .617 939/36.1 530-21 301 448 75 171 1553 59.7 1995-96 27 649-1614 .402 166-576 .288 353-558 .633 1032/38.2 523-18 337 541 118 207 1817 67.3 1994-95 27 682-1582 .430 110-373 .295 311-512 .607 952/35.3 605-28 350 511 78 203 1783 66.0 1993-94 27 639-1712 .373 110-433 .254 272-448 .607 998/37.0 533-22 318 522 113 196 1660 61.5 1992-93 27 623-1607 .388 140-416 .337 275-433 .635 823/30.5 607-22 346 499 66 198 1661 61.5 1991-92 28 741-1797 .412 163-519 .314 434-664 .654 1005/35.9 694-28 364 607 78 263 2079 74.3 1990-91 26 762-1766 .431 160-465 .344 394-635 .620 1026/39.5 657-20 368 459 87 243 2078 79.9 1989-90 31 924-2107 .439 222-573 .387 496-719 .690 1280/41.3 796-33 470 529 82 293 2566 82.8 1988-89 28 862-1804 .478 217-571 .380 504-703 .717 1078/38.5 606-12 456 527 117 247 2445 87.3 1987-88 30 1010-2154 .469 303-725 .418 471-726 .649 1275/42.5 590-18 566 603 100 291 2794 93.1 1986-87 28 806-1753 .460 155-385 .403 306-476 .643 1065/38.0 578-9 411 422 149 230 2073 74.0 1985-86 28 809-1648 .491 --- --- 349-523 .667 1014/36.2 --- 471 --- 137 254 1969 70.3 1984-85 30 800-1757 .455 --- --- 409-614 .666 1065/35.3 --- 451 --- 103 166 2009 67.0 1983-84 32 845-1769 .478 --- --- 430-699 .615 1080/33.8 283 409 511 75 167 2138 66.8 1982-83 26 809-1728 .468 --- --- 369-575 .642 1034/39.8 620 367 479 70 191 1990 76.5 1981-82 26 704-1501 .469 --- --- 326-509 .640 866/33.3 527 273 402 65 193 1730 61.5 1980-81 No team stats available 1979-80 27 772-1650 .468 --- --- 409-606 .675 972/36.0 586 434 382 --- --- 1953 72.3 1978-79 26 624-1337 .467 --- --- 338-506 .668 518/19.2 494-10 --- --- --- --- 1831 70.4 1977-78 27 861-1794 .480 --- --- 337-491 .686 846/31.3 --- --- --- --- --- 1971 73.0 1976-77 27 840-1748 .481 --- --- 412-562 .733 1121/41.5 --- 411 401 --- --- 2092 77.5 1975-76 26 826-1714 .482 --- --- 410-556 .737 1009/38.8 --- 318 400 --- --- 2062 79.3 1974-75 26 816-1717 .475 --- --- 366-500 .732 916/35.2 --- 362 --- --- --- 1998 76.8 1973-74 26 662-1517 .436 --- --- 267-381 .701 778/33.7 --- --- --- --- --- 1593 69.2 1972-73 24 723-1591 .455 --- --- 299-427 .700 --- 353-5 --- --- --- --- 1743 72.6 1971-72 26 790-1713 .461 --- --- 421-598 .704 991/38.1 408 --- --- --- --- 2001 77.0 1970-71 26 746-1688 .442 --- --- 408-577 .707 967/37.1 446-2 --- --- --- --- 1890 72.7 1969-70 28 795-1737 .456 --- --- 426-647 .658 1141/40.7 421-10 --- --- --- --- 2016 73.0 1968-69 25 774-1595 .485 --- --- 407-574 .709 1266/50.6 435-9 --- --- --- --- 1955 78.2 1967-68 26 801-1993 .401 --- --- 442-653 .678 1448/55.7 468 --- --- --- --- 2044 78.6 1966-67 26 740-1722 .430 --- --- 458-648 .707 1077/41.4 -- --- --- --- --- 1938 74.5 1965-66 No team stats available 1964-65 26 760-1820 .418 --- --- 484-676 .716 961/37.0 516 --- --- --- --- 2004 77.1 1963-64 26 596-1530 .389 --- --- 365-522 .699 972/37.4 507-20 --- --- --- --- 1541 59.3 1962-63 26 529-1474 .359 --- --- 403-563 .716 1088/41.8 484 --- --- --- --- 1461 56.2 1961-62 No team stats available 1960-61 No team stats available 1959-60 No team stats available 1958-59 No team stats available 1957-58 No team stats available 1956-57 22 419-1210 .346 --- --- 466-659 .707 800/36.4 356-9 --- --- --- --- 1394 63.4 1955-56 No team stats available 1954-55 No team stats available 1953-54 No team stats available 1952-53 26 562-1346 .418 --- --- 606-892 .679 871/33.5 --- --- 569 --- 201 1728 66.5 1951-52 No team stats available 1950-51 No team stats available 1949-50 No team stats available 1948-49 No team stats available

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THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

All-Time 22..................................................1987-88 21..................................................1961-62

All-Time .418...............................................1987-88 .403...............................................1986-87 .387...............................................1989-90 .380...............................................1988-89

All-Time 566................................................1987-88 471................................................1985-86

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 15..................................................2005-06 13..................................................2003-04

POINTS SCORED All-Time 2,794.............................................1987-88 2,566.............................................1989-90 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 2,273.............................................2005-06 2,192.............................................2006-07

POINTS PER GAME All-Time 93.1...............................................1987-88 87.3...............................................1988-89 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 75.8...............................................2005-06 75.6...............................................2006-07

FIELD GOALS MADE All-Time 1,010.............................................1987-88 924................................................1989-90 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 802................................................2005-06 793................................................2006-07

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED All-Time 2,154.............................................1987-88 2,107.............................................1989-90 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 1,904.............................................2006-07 1,866.............................................2005-06

FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE All-Time .491...............................................1985-86 .485...............................................1968-69 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) .430...............................................2005-06 .430...............................................1994-95

THREE-POINTERS All-Time 303................................................1987-88 225................................................2003-04 222................................................1989-90 219................................................2005-06

THREE-POINTERS PER GAME All-Time 10.10.............................................1987-88 8.04...............................................2003-04 7.75...............................................1988-89 7.30...............................................2005-06

FREE THROWS MADE All-Time 606................................................1952-53 504................................................1988-89 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 457................................................2001-02 450................................................2005-06

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED All-Time 892................................................1952-53 726................................................1987-88

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 390................................................2006-07 385................................ 2009-10, 2001-02

ASSISTS PER GAME All-Time 18.9...............................................1987-88 16.8...............................................1985-86 Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 14.0...............................................2000-01 13.9...............................................2001-02

STEALS All-Time 320................................................2006-07 295................................................2005-06 293................................................1989-90 291................................................1987-88

STEALS PER GAME

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 694................................................2001-02 671................................................2006-07

All-Time 11.0...............................................2006-07 10.0...............................................2004-05 10.0...............................................2000-01 9.8.................................................2005-06

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

BLOCKED SHOTS

All-Time .737...............................................1975-76 .733...............................................1976-77

All-Time 149................................................1986-87 137................................................1985-86

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) .715...............................................2009-10 .709...............................................2005-06

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 118................................................1995-96 113................................ 2005-06, 1993-94

REBOUNDS

BLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME

All-Time 1,448.............................................1967-68 1,280.............................................1989-90

All-Time 5.3.................................................1986-87 4.9.................................................1985-86

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 1,032.............................................1995-96 1,015.............................................2003-04

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 4.4.................................................1995-96 4.2.................................................1993-94

REBOUNDS PER GAME

PERSONAL FOULS

All-Time 55.7...............................................1967-68 50.6...............................................1968-69

All-Time 796................................................1989-90

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 38.2...............................................1995-96 37.0...............................................1993-94

Div. I Era (1991-pres.) 694................................................1991-92 675................................................2005-06 654................................................2006-07

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL DIV. I ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS 2009-10

Justin Eller Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Sultan Toles-Bey Big Sky Player of the Week (11/24)

Joel Jones

Honorable Mention All-Big Sky

2000-01

2008-09 Loren Leath

2001-02

Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (1/26)

2007-08

Vinnie McGhee Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Freshman of the Year

2006-07

Roderick Adams Big Sky Player of the Week (2/28) Alex Bausley Big Sky Player of the Week (11/21)

2005-06

Alex Bausley First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (11/22) Big Sky Player of the Week (1/16) DaShawn Freeman First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Co-Defensive Player of the Year Big Sky Player of the Week (11/28) Big Sky Player of the Week (12/19 Loren Leath Honorable Mention All-Big Sky

2004-05

Zane Beekman Big Sky All-Academic DaShawn Freeman Hon. Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week Jason Harris First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Newcomer of the Year Jameel Pugh First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (1/31) Big Sky Player of the Week (2/21)

2003-04

Joseth Dawson First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (2/9) Big Sky Player of the Week (2/23) Joel Jones Honorable Mention All-Big Sky

2002-03

Derek Lambeth First Team All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (3/3) Jimmy White Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (1/13)

Tony Champion Big Sky All-Academic Rickie Glenn Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Rene Jacques Big Sky All-Academic

1999-00

Anthony Flood Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (11/29) Rene Jacques Big Sky All-Academic

1998-99

Antoine Bailey Big Sky Player of the Week (2/15) Rene Jacques Big Sky All-Academic Nate Murase Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Freshman of the Year

1997-98

Sean Houston Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Erik Jorissen Big Sky Player of the Week (12/15) Jimmy Landry Big Sky All-Academic

1996-97

Damond Edwards Hon. Mention All-Big Sky Big Sky Player of the Week (2/10)

A two-time Big Sky all-conference selection, four-year starting point guard DaShawn Freeman led the Hornets to the Big Sky Tournament all four years during his career (2002-06).

1995-96

Michael Boyd First Team All-AWC Eric Carey Honorable Mention All-AWC Abie Ramirez First Team All-AWC American West All-Tournament American West Player of the Week Markel Sadler Second Team All-AWC David Victor Second Team All-AWC American West Player of the Week

1994-95

Deon Amos AWC Co-Freshman of the Year Michael Boyd Honorable Mention All-AWC Damond Edwards Second Team All-AWC American West All-Tournament American West Player of the Week Mark Hunter Honorable Mention All-AWC American West Player of the Week Abie Ramirez First Team All-AWC

Sacramento State’s Conference History Big Sky Conference American West Conference Great Northwest Conference Northern California Athletic Conference Far Western Conference

First Season: 1996-97-pres. First Season: 1994-95, Last Season: 1995-96 First Season: 1988-89, Last Season: 1989-90 First Season: 1982-83, Last Season: 1984-85 First Season: 1953-54, Last Season: 1981-82

Derek Lambeth was a first team allconference choice after averaging 13.0 points and leading the Hornets to their first-ever Big Sky Tournament appearance in 2002-03.

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DAMOND EDWARDS

DON FAUSSET

DaSHAWN FREEMAN (2002-06)

(1964-66)

During his four-year career with the Hornets, Edwards averaged 11.3 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.2 steals per game…one of the best players in the program’s Div. I history (1991-pres.), Edwards ranks among the Hornet top nine Div. I career leaders in points (1,197), field goals (428), field goals attempted (1,144), threepointers (162), three-pointers attempted (506), free throws (179), free throws attempted (256), rebounds (398), assists (243), steals (123), games played (106), starts (73) and minutes (2,588)… his 1,197 points are the sixthbest mark in school history… played for the Harlem Globetrotters in 1997-98, becoming the only Sacramento State player to ever play for the Globetrotters…a two-time all-conference selection…averaged double-figure points each of his final three years.

Averaged 8.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game during his three-year career…was a second team allconference selection in 195859…during his tenure, the Hornets never finished worse than third place in the Far Western Conference, including a league championship in 1959 (the first conference title in school history)…the Hornets combined for a 21-9 record in conference during his three seasons with the team…helped the Hornets to the 1959 NCAA College Division Regionals, one of four times in school history the Hornets reached the NCAA Tournament (1959, 1962, 1970, 1988)…never lost to UC Davis during his career (7-0)…the Hornets won those seven games over the Aggies by an average of 13.4 points per game…shot 52.1 percent (73-140) from the field during his senior year.

Four-year starter at point guard and a two-time Big Sky all-conference selection, including first team and the league’s defensive player of the year during his senior season (2005-06)…Sacramento State’s all-time leader in games played (115), assists (501), steals (283) and steals per game (2.5)…among Big Sky Conference career leaders, he ranks first all-time in steals and seventh in assists… finished career with averages of 8.6 points, 2.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 2.5 steals per game…scored 992 points, just eight shy of becoming the 10th player in school history to amass 1,000 points… never missed a game during his four-year career, and shot better than 80.0 percent from the free throw line during his tenure (.801, 269-for-336).. finished tied for ninth in the nation in 2004-05 in steals per game (2.9).

The greatest scorer in Sacramento State history, Livie averaged 27.8 points per game during his two seasons in the Green and Gold…that included 1,447 points over those two years…averaged 25.7 ppg in 1964-65, and 30.0 ppg in 1965-66…the only Hornet to ever average more than 22.0 points in a season, and he did it both years of his Hornet career… was a unanimous first team all-Far Western Conference selection both seasons… named honorable mention All-America in 1965, becoming one of two All-Americans in school history…as a senior, he scored a schoolrecord 51 points in a 114107 victory over San Francisco State…despite playing just two seasons, he ranks second in school history in field goals made (575) and free throws made (297), and fourth in points (1,447).

(1992-97)

(1956-59)

LYNN LIVIE

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CHUCK MOBLEY

JAMEEL PUGH

Averaged 18.3 points per game during his four-year career, the third-best mark in school history…that included averages of 17.5 ppg as a freshman, 14.8 ppg as a sophomore, 18.0 ppg as a junior and 21.7 ppg as a senior…named first team all-Far Western Conference every year of his career… led the Hornets to the 1959 NCAA College Division Regionals, one of four times in school history the Hornets reached the NCAA Tournament…that included the first conference championship in school history in 1959… easily the school’s all-time leader with 511 free throws made…averaged 7.9 free throw attempts per game and shot 77.8 percent (511657) from the charity stripe… also among program career leaders, he ranks first in free throws attempted (657) and second in points (1,517).

(1955-59)

(2003-05)

GREG REED

(1966-69)

NATE ROBINSON

Averaged 12.0 points, 4.7 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 1.3 steals per game while shooting 41.0 percent (224546) from the field and 37.1 percent (73-197) from the three-point line…a first team all-conference selection in 2004-05 after averaging 15.0 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game… also during that senior season, he scored at least 24 points in four of his last five games of the year, and had seven 20-point games over his final 10 contests…at the time, he became just the fourth Hornet to receive first team all-Big Sky honors… a transfer from UMass, he helped put Sacramento State on the map after finishing as the runner-up at ESPN’s nationally televised College Slam Dunk Championship in 2005 in St. Louis…named the World’s Best Dunker in 2000 and the 33rd-best dunker of all-time by Slam Magazine.

The only Sacramento State player to be drafted into the NBA, he was selected by the San Francisco Warriors in the ninth round in 1969…started 75 games during his three seasons, tallying 892 points and 736 rebounds over that span…averaged 12.1 points and 9.9 rebounds per game over his career…an honorable mention all-Far Western Conference selection as a sophomore after leading the team in both scoring (362 points, 14.5 ppg) and rebounding (209 rebounds, 8.4 rpg)…always one of the team’s top defensive players, he usually drew the assignment of guarding the opponent’s top scorer…averaged double-doubles during both his junior and senior seasons…that included averages of 11.1 points and 10.1 rebounds in 1967-68, and 10.5 points and 11.5 rebounds in 1968-69.

Finished his two-year career with averages of 16.6 points and 9.3 rebounds per game while shooting 50.3 percent (363-725) from the field and 69.8 percent (166-238) from the free throw line…scored 896 points in just two years, including an 18.9 ppg average as a senior…led the Hornets to a Far Western Conference co-championship in 1976-77 and a tie for second place in the conference in 1977-78…named the Far Western’s co-Player of the Year in 1976-77, and was a first team all-conference performer both years…as a senior, he led the team in scoring 12 times and rebounding 13 times…among the program’s all-time leaders, he ranks seventh in rebounds and ninth in rebounds per game…his 18.9 points per game during his senior season is the 10th best single-season mark in school history.

(1976-78)

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NORM SIEFKIN

BILL WHITAKER

ALEX WILLIAMS

Named all-conference both years with the Hornets…had one of the best seasons in Sacramento State history in 196768 when he averaged 19.5 points and 14.2 rebounds per game while shooting 46.6 percent (194-416) from the field…the 14.2 rebounds are the fourth-best single-season mark in school history and the 19.5 points are the eighth best mark…over his two-year career, he averaged a doubledouble, finishing with 14.4 points and 10.5 rebounds per game while shooting 48.2 percent (280-581) from the field…during his two seasons, Sacramento State combined to post a 31-21 overall record and a 19-9 mark in the Far Western Conference… averaged 9.0 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in 196667…played during Hall of Fame head coach Ev Shelton’s final two seasons with the Hornets.

Despite playing just two seasons (1960-61, 1961-62), Whitaker is the program’s alltime leader in career rebounds (984)…the next closest player has 248 less rebounds…averaged 17.6 rebounds per game during his two seasons, the only player in Sacramento State history to average more than 13.0 rebounds over the course of his career…helped lead Sacramento State to the 1962 NCAA College Division national championship game, where the team fell in overtime (58-57) to Mount Saint Mary’s…finished his career with averages of 7.2 points and 17.6 rebounds per game while shooting 52.0 percent from the field…averaged 19.3 rebounds per game in 1960-61, and 16.2 rebounds in 1961-62…finished seventh in the nation in rebounds in 1960-61…also competed in football and track and field for Sacramento State.

During his two-year career, he averaged 21.4 points and 1.4 steals per game while shooting 42.7 percent from the floor (424-992) and 45.7 percent (247-541) from the three-point line…in 1987-88, he was named second team All-America by the Basketball Times Magazine and third team All-America by the National Basketball Coaches Association…as a senior, he averaged 25.6 points (7th in the nation) and 5.6 three-pointers (1st in the nation)…made 167 three-pointers as a senior, still the best mark in NCAA Div. II history…two-year average of 4.3 three-pointers made per game is the fourth best mark in Div. II history…program’s all-time leader in career three-pointers per game (4.3) and three-point percentage (.457)…helped lead Sacramento State to its last NCAA Tournament appearance in 1987-88.

(1966-68)

(1960-62)

(1986-88)

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(L to R): Bob McCoy, Bill Whitaker, Les Kuhnz, Howard Thomas, Bill Baker, Paul Smith, John Hagerty, John Dille The inaugural Sacramento State Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction took place on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008, at the University’s Alumni Center. The night featured the induction of all 11 players from the 1961-62 squad and head coach Ev Shelton into the Sacramento State Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame. The 1961-62 team became the first-ever class inducted into the men’s basketball program’s Hall of Fame. The team finished as the College Division national runner-up after losing to Mount Saint Mary’s, 58-57, in double overtime in the 1962 NCAA national championship game in Evansville, Ind. Upon returning to Sacramento, the team was welcomed by more than 1,000 fans at the airport, and taken on a caravan through downtown Sacramento. Each of the following members from that squad were inducted: Head coach Everett “Ev” Shelton (in memoriam), Bill Baker, John Dille, Jim Greene, John Hagerty, Les Kuhnz, Bob McCoy, Tom Pugliese (in memoriam), Ron Rohrer (in memoriam), Paul Smith, Howard Thomas and Bill Whitaker.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS ANGEL ALAMO

Quebradillas Pirates (2009-pres.) - Superior League of Puerto Rico Caguas Creoles (2008) - Superior League of Puerto Rico

TONY CHAMPION

Itzehoe Eagles (2007-08) - Regionalliga (Germany) Fresno Heatwave (2005) - American Basketball Association Chico Fire (2005) - International Basketball League

JASON DAVIS

Yesilyurt Spor Kulubu (2009-10) - Second Division (Turkey) Torres Vedras Fisica Desportiva (2008-09) - UZO Liga (Portugal)

DAMOND EDWARDS

Mobile Revelers (2002) - NBA Development League Billings Rimrockers (1999) - International Basketball Association Harlem Globetrotters (1997-98)

JUSTIN ELLER

Bayer Giants Leverkusen (2010-pres.) - German Pro B League

ANTHONY FLOOD

Melbourne Tigers (2002-03) - Australian Basketball Association Mildura Mavericks (2001-02) - Australian Basketball Association Mount Gambier Pioneers (2000-01) - Australian Basketball Association

DaSHAWN FREEMAN

EnBW Ludwigsburg (2007) - German First Division Butte Daredevils (2006) - Continental Basketball Association

RICKIE GLENN

Mazatlan Delfines (2003) - CIBACOPA (Mexican Basketball League)

PABLO GONZALES

Okapi Aalstar (2003-pres.) - Belgian Basketball League Gent Dragons (2001-03) - Belgian Basketball League Gaz Metan Medias (2009) - Romanian Basketball Division A BC Tirgu Mures Tigers (2008) - Romanian Basketball Division A Albany Patroons (2007-08) - Continental Basketball Association

JASON HARRIS

JOEL JONES

BC Budivelnyk (2010-pres.) - Ukrainian Basketball Superleague Quebradillas Pirates (2009-10) - Superior League of Puerto Rico Politechnika Poznanska (2008) - Polish Basketball League Puerto Rican National Team (2007) - Pan American Games Ponce Lions (2007) - Superior League of Puerto Rico BG Karlsruhe (2007) - German First Division Shangdong Jinsidun Lions (2005-06) - Chinese Basketball Association Bayamon Vaqueros (2002-06) - Superior League of Puerto Rico

DEREK LAMBETH

Itzehoe Eagles (2007) - Regionalliga (Germany)

LOREN LEATH

Besancon Basket Comte Doubs (2009) - NM1 First Division (France)

AARON PERRY

Al-Sahel (2007) - Kuwait Basketball League Quad City Riverhawks (2006) - Premier Basketball League

JAMEEL PUGH

Latrobe City Pacers (2007) - Big V Basketball League (Australia) Otago Nuggets (2007) - National Basketball League of New Zealand Dakota Wizards (2006) - NBA Developmental League

DAVON ROBERTS

Mitteldeutscher BC Weissenfels (2010-pres.) - Basketball Bundesliga League BV Chemnitz 99 (2009-10) - German Pro A League Braunschweig Medien Baskets (2008-09) - German Pro B League

MICHAEL SELLING TROY SELVEY

BC Tirgu Mures Tigers (2006-08) - Romanian Basketball Division A Essex & Herts Leopards (2004-06) - England Basketball League Coventry Crusaders (2003-04) - England Basketball League San Lucas Los Paisas (2003) - CIBACOPA (Mexican Basketball League)

JEFF WESTERMANN

JUSTIN ELLER

PABLO GONZALES

HARON HARGRAVE

DAVON ROBERTS

TROY SELVEY

BG Karlsruhe (2000) - German Pro A League

JAMEEL PUGH

Geraldton Buccaneers (2007) - Skywest Basketball League of Australia Butte Daredevils (2006) - Continental Basketball Association

DAMOND EDWARDS

Mandurah Magic (2007-08) - State Basketball League of Australia Rockingham Flames (2004) - Australian Basketball Association UDE Temuco (2003-04) - Chilean Basketball League

City Basket Recklinghausen (2010) - German Regionalliga League

HARON HARGRAVE

JOEL JONES

SEAN HOUSTON

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER A

Tony Champion

Aaberg, Robert.......... 1963-64 Aboubakar, Wandji.... 2007-08 Adams, Randy........... 2004-09 Adams, Roderick........ 2006-08 Alamo, Angel............ 2006-07 Albers, Bob............... 1963-64 Albers, Murrey........... 1962-63 Allen, Dennis............. 1964-65 Allison, Wayne.......... 1954-55 Ames, Mike............... 1968-69 Amos, Dean.............. 1994-95 Anderson, Dane......... 1981-82 Anderson, Darnell...... 1979-81 Anoruo, Arinze.......... 1998-01 Armstead, Gus........... 1984-86 Armstrong, Chris........ 2000-01 Armstrong, LeRonne... 1993-94 Attebery, Bob............. 1982-84

B

John Powell

Sean Smartt

Vincent Stewart

Justin Williams

Bailey, Antoine........... 1998-99 Baity, Louie................ 1996-98 Baker, Bill.................. 1959-63 Bakker, Bob............... 1971-72 Ballard, Greg............. 1989-91 Bandy, Del................. 1950-52 Barker, Bill................. 1964-65 Bartlewski, Randy....... 1989-90 Bass, Fred.................. 1983-84 Bass, Marcellus.......... 1995-97 Bates, Bill................... 1974-75 Batta, Rame............... 1999-01 Battenberg, Terry........ 1966-67 Bausley, Alex............. 2003-07 Baynard, Greg........... 1981-82 Beekman, Zane.......... 2004-06 Behl, Doug................. 1959-61 Bell, Aaron................ 1994-95 Bennett, Terry............. 1958-59 Berens, Lloyd............. 1970-72 Bjegovic, Duro........ 2009-pres. Biglen, Scott............... 1982-83 Blockmon, Jerome...... 2008-09 Bolds, Julius............... 1974-76 Bolt, Lester................. 1948-49 Borcich, Steve............ 1966-68 Borum, Ted................ 1977-79 Boyd, Michael............ 1993-97 Braly, Robert.............. 1949-50 Brenning, Ben............ 1958-60 Breves, Rich............... 1960-61 Brewer, Jim................ 1999-01 Brian, Tom................. 1951-54 Brislane, Mike............ 1976-77 Brown, Larry.............. 1986-87 Brown, Shamar.......... 1991-93 Bruno, Peter............... 1962-63 Buckingham, Tristan... 1987-89 Burns, Bob................. 1972-74 Bush, Bob.................. 1959-60 Butler, Gale................ 1963-65 Butler, Maury............. 1984-85

C Cady, Patrick............. 1979-80 Caldwell, Ted............. 1965-66

Calton, Stephen......... 2008-09 Calvin, Jerry.............. 1958-59 Cameron, Robert........ 1982-83 Campbell, Rick........... 1987-89 Canning, Doug.......... 1965-67 Carey, Eric................. 1995-97 Carlson, Russ............. 1975-77 Carr, Joe................... 1969-71 Casares, Adam.......... 1999-01 Chamberlain, Dan...... 1957-58 Chambers, Headley.... 1978-83 Champion, Tony......... 2000-04 Chase, Richard.......... 1948-49 Chatman, Ron............ 1980-82 Clark, Tim.................. 1997-98 Coates, Doyle............ 1956-57 Cobb, Ronnie............. 1988-89 Coddington, Jim......... 1966-67 Coggeshall, Keith....... 1955-56 Cole, Dennis.............. 1958-60 Coleman, Ryan.......... 1997-98 Collier, Antwon.......... 1994-95 Colter, Sean............... 1992-93 Consani, Dave........... 1980-82 Copple, Steve............ 1974-76 Cormier, Jacques........ 1990-91 Costa, Maury............. 1966-68 Cotton, Byron............. 1994-95 Cramer, Stan............. 1979-80 Cravey, Leo................ 2001-03 Cunningham, Dan...... 1974-76 Curtis, Jim................. 1960-63

D Daech, George.......... 1956-57 Dahlberg, Chris......... 1982-85 Daniel, Domineek....... 2009-10 Daniels, Marshall....... 1966-67 Davis, Charlo............. 1991-93 Davis, Gent............... 1959-60 Davis, Jason.............. 2006-08 Davis, Nate............... 1985-86 Davis, Ray................. 1956-57 Dawson, Joseth.......... 2001-04 Deaton, Roy............... 1974-75 DelGadillo, Angel...... 1993-94 Dennis, Elmer............. 1948-49 Dickey, Dwight........... 1952-54 Dickson, John......... 2009-pres. Dille, John................. 1960-63 Diop, Djibril............... 2002-04 Diregolo, Rick............ 1971-74 Dittman, Denni........... 1961-62 Dominguez, Paul........ 1983-84 Donohue, Rob............ 1991-92 Donovan, Jim............. 1976-78 Dosh, Pete................. 1978-80 Drakeford, David....... 1996-98 Dubois, Marc............. 1970-71 Dubois, Mark............. 1969-70 Durham, Vernon........ 1982-87

E Eddy, Alan................. 1960-61 Edgar, John............... 1965-66 Edwards, Damond..... 1992-97 Edwards, Mike........... 2008-09

Edwards, Richmond.... 1995-96 Eller, Justin................. 2007-10 Epps, Marvin............. 1984-85 Essman, David........... 1976-78 Evans, Charles........... 1990-93

F Fain, Wes.................. 1958-59 Faison, Sidney........... 1996-97 Farnsworth, Lee.......... 1955-59 Farr, Chris................. 1986-88 Fausset, Don.............. 1956-59 Felte, Steve................ 1967-69 Ferguson, Darnell....... 2007-08 Ferrel, Bob................. 1965-66 Figuerra, Barry.......... 1954-55 Fisher, Sedessa........... 1997-98 Fitch, Matthew........... 1960-61 Flaggs, Antonio......... 2008-10 Flood, Anthony.......... 1998-00 Freeman, Dale........... 1955-57 Freeman, DaShawn.... 2002-06

G Galloway, Wayne...... 1956-60 Galvin, Dick............... 1950-52 Gardner, Garry.......... 1983-84 Gardner, Gene.......... 1952-53 Garland, Joe............. 1974-76 Georgis, Chris........... 1952-54 Gerard, Mike............. 1984-85 Geyer, Joe................. 1952-53 Ghiglieri, Bob............ 1956-58 Giles, Glen................ 1981-83 Gilyard, Brian............ 1984-85 Gilzene, Jason........... 2004-06 Glandon, Erv............. 1957-58 Glass, Don................ 1954-55 Glenn, Rickie............. 1999-01 Golomb, Mike............ 1965-67 Gonzales, LaVerne..... 1962-63 Gonzales, Pablo......... 1999-01 Gooding, Nick........... 2002-04 Goto, George............ 1952-54 Grand, Doug............. 1957-58 Granucci, Greg.......... 1990-91 Gray, Jim.................. 1954-55 Gray, Van.................. 1985-86 Green, Bruce............. 1971-73 Green, Leon............... 1989-90 Green, Ricky.............. 1978-79 Greenberg, Mike........ 1984-85 Greene, Bob.............. 1950-51 Greene, Jim............... 1960-63 Groce, Kris................ 2006-07 Grund, Tim................ 1984-85 Gulo, Chuck.............. 1975-77 Guyton, Brandon....... 2002-04 Gwinn, Richard.......... 1948-50

H Hagerty, John............ 1961-64 Halverson, Erick......... 1994-96 Hardy, Chris.............. 1997-98 Haren, Larry.............. 1971-73 Hargrave, Haron........ 2005-07 Harris, E.J.................. 2003-05

Harris, Jason............. 2004-06 Harris, Matt............... 1984-85 Harrison, Curtis.......... 2006-08 Hart, Jeff................... 1972-74 Haskin, Wayne.......... 1956-57 Haskins, Glenn........... 1978-79 Hayes, Charles........... 1954-55 Heise, John................ 1978-79 Heron, Jack............... 1949-50 Hickey, Bill................. 1954-55 Hickox, Winston......... 1961-62 Hightower, Jon........... 1984-85 Hillman, Adrian......... 1994-95 Hilton, Alan............... 1965-69 Hines, Aaron............. 1980-81 Hocking, Bob............. 1955-56 Hocking, Robert......... 1948-49 Hoffart, Jake.............. 1994-95 Holt, Anthony............ 1982-83 Hoogenbosch, Tad..... 1995-98 Hooks, Raashad......... 2001-03 Hopkins, Derrick........ 1985-87 Houston, Laurence...... 1975-76 Houston, Sean........... 1996-99 Hull, Rich................... 1985-86 Hunter, Mark.............. 1994-95 Hurley, Regis.............. 1949-51 Hyner, Tony................ 1990-91

I Ingram, Uylous.......... 1982-83 Irons, Bill................... 1965-66

J Jacobs, Washington... 1978-81 Jacobson, Eric............ 1979-80 Jacques, Rene............ 1998-02 Jansen, Jim................ 1980-82 Jenkins, Mike............. 1995-97 Jensen, Chris............. 1982-83 Johnson, Chris........... 1997-98 Johnson, Rich............. 1979-82 Johnstin, Brad............ 2009-10 Johnston, Parker......... 1948-49 Johnwell, Dave........... 1974-75 Joiner, David.............. 2000-02 Jolliff, Jack................. 1978-79 Jones, Jim.................. 1968-71 Jones, Joel................. 2001-04 Jones, Mark............... 1988-92 Jones, Rod................. 1981-82 Jones, Steve............... 1970-72 Jones, Willie.............. 1968-70 Jordan, Willie............ 1990-91 Jorgenson, Brad......... 1987-89 Jorissen, Erik.............. 1997-99 Jotter, Herb................ 1951-52 Juarceys, Jerry........... 1961-62

K Kagel, Carl................ 1991-92 Kahler, Pete............... 1971-72 Kane, Mike...... 1988-91,92-93 Kapanoske, Aj........... 2008-09 Karsten, John............. 1959-61 Kasongo, Yannick....... 2007-08 Kelley, Skip................ 1965-67

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER Kelleybrew, Cassius.... 1985-87 Kelly, Archie.............. 1971-73 Kenner, Lee................ 1957-58 Kenney, Jim............... 1971-73 King, De.................... 1974-76 King, Henry............... 1987-89 King, Michael............ 1993-94 Knezevich, Bob.......... 1960-61 Knutty, Dave.............. 1975-76 Kobza, Val................ 1958-59 Krueger, Don............. 1971-73 Kuhnz, Les................. 1960-62 Kuykendall, Bill.......... 1954-56 L LaFerriere, Dana........ 1974-75 Lambeth, Derek.......... 1999-03 Landry, Jimmy............ 1997-99 Lange, Chris.............. 2002-06 Langley, Greg............ 1983-84 Langston, John........... 1979-82 Larsen, George.......... 1952-55 Lauder, Randy............ 1976-77 Lawrence, Jerry.......... 1959-60 Leath, Loren............... 2005-09 Leonard, Ron............. 1959-60 Lewis, Thurman.......... 1970-71 Libera, Mike.............. 1951-53 Limeberger, Ron......... 1953-56 Little, Tim................... 1989-91 Livers, Harry.............. 1967-69 Livie, John................. 1965-66 Livie, Lynn.................. 1964-66 Logan, Jeff................. 1985-86 Lopez, Dani............... 2009-10 Lovett, Rick................. 1973-76 M MacKenzie, Tom........ 1976-77 Malloy, Jonathan........ 2008-10 Malone, Marcus......... 1998-99 Maloney, John........... 1971-73 Maloof, Ralph............ 1948-50 Marcial, Mike............ 2008-10 Martin, Robert........... 1985-89 Massop, Tony............. 1985-87 Masters, J.C............... 1953-55 Matich, Tony.............. 1957-58 Matilla, Bob............... 1955-56 Matthews, Leland....... 1997-98 Maxey, Larry............. 1969-70 McCarthy, Neil.......... 1963-64 McCarty, Ken............. 1979-81 McClendon, Sean....... 1987-89 McClure, Woody........ 1979-80 McCoin, Bill............... 1988-91 McCormack, Mike 1972-75 McCoy, Bob............... 1961-62 McDuffie, Andrew...... 1977-78 McFayden, Al............ 1950-52 McGhee, Vinnie......... 2007-08 McGuire, Tom............ 1962-63 McHolland, Gary....... 1972-75 McKay, Schuyler........ 2004-05 McKenzie, Don.......... 1949-50 McMiller, Kevin.......... 1984-85 Medunjanin, Emir....... 2002-03

Menefee, Clark.......... 1989-90 Merriman, Malcolm.... 1989-92 Michelotti, Bob........... 1966-68 Miller, Bob................. 1964-66 Miller, Dan................. 1971-72 Miller, Joel................. 1978-79 Mobley, Chuck........... 1955-59 Molonef, John............ 1970-71 Mooney, Kevin........... 1973-75 Morris, Robert............ 1991-93 Morrison, Rick........... 1973-74 Mumma, Bill.............. 1950-51 Murase, Nate............ 1998-99 N Nelson, Donald.......... 1963-64 Newton, Gordon........ 1969-72 Norman, Kelley.......... 1963-64 Norris, David............. 2009-10 Nunes, Dick............... 1956-57 Nunes, Steve.............. 1977-79 O O’Keefe, Terry........... 1989-90 Oliver, Brian.............. 1984-85 Olson, Chuck............. 1983-84 Opdyke, Don............. 1977-79 Opp, Bob.................. 1965-66

P

Palmer, Dick............... 1963-66 Passalacqua, Jeff........ 1980-82 Patterson, Ricky.......... 1978-80 Payne, James............. 2003-04 Peletta, Pete............... 1949-50 Pembroke, Darren...... 1981-84 Perez, Frank.............. 1950-52 Perry, Aaron.............. 2004-06 Perry, Ed................... 1948-49 Perry, Grover............. 1986-88 Pfeifer, Ray................ 1968-70 Pompey, Tim.............. 1995-96 Powell, John.............. 1963-65 Powell, Red................ 1953-56 Pugh, Jameel............. 2003-05 Pugliese, Tom............. 1961-63 Pullaro, Sam.............. 1953-55 Purvis, Paul................ 1980-82

R

Ramirez, Abie............ 1994-96 Ranney, Kaleb............ 1997-98 Ransom, Boyd............ 1982-83 Ray, Terry.................. 1969-71 Reed, Bill................... 1957-58 Reed, Bobby.............. 1979-80 Reed, Greg................ 1966-69 Reed, Jeff.................. 1969-70 Richards, Jack............ 1968-69 Richardson, Jay......... 2000-02 Roberts, Davon.......... 2004-07 Roberts, Floyd............ 1975-76 Robinson, Nate.......... 1976-78 Roche, Fred............... 1949-50 Rohrer, Ron................ 1959-63 Rolfe, Carlton............. 1955-57 Rotz, Paul.................. 1964-66 Rubenfeld, John......... 1980-82 Rudder, Mike............. 1976-77 Runge, Mike.............. 1959-60

S Sadler, Markel........... 1995-96 Sanders, Leon............ 1970-71 Sarvis, Jack............... 1949-52 Saulisberry, Tony........ 1978-79 Saxton, Steve............. 1973-75 Scheff, Eddie............. 1982-83 Scholl, Myke.............. 1987-89 Schulte, Spenser......... 2007-08 Schurr, Robert............ 1956-57 Schwall, Irv................ 1949-52 Scott, Fred................. 1957-60 Segal, Alan............... 1977-79 Segeberg, Bo............. 1999-00 Sekul, Tom ................ 1951-53 Selling, Michael......... 2008-10 Selvey, Troy............... 1998-02 Shaw, Ron................. 1963-65 Shearer, Ken.............. 1959-60 Sheppard, Wayne...... 1963-65 Siefkin, Norm............ 1966-68 Simmons, Glen.......... 1977-78 Simon, Scott............... 1982-83 Slider, Walt................ 1966-69 Smartt, Sean.............. 1985-89 Smith, Al .................. 1959-60 Smith, Al................... 1964-65 Smith, Brian............... 1977-78 Smith, Carlos............. 1997-98 Smith, Jeff.................. 1988-90 Smith, Paul................ 1961-63 Smith, Pete................. 1978-79 Smylie, George.......... 1962-63 Spaulding, Glen......... 1984-87 Speakman, Jim.......... 1962-63 Spence, Dave............. 1973-74 Stafford, Jack............. 1964-65 Stanfill, Roger............ 1975-77 Steele, Jewett............. 1972-73 Steen, Bob................. 1950-52 Steinbach, Mike......... 1973-75 Steinmetz, Bill............ 1969-71 Stevens, Larry............ 1957-58 Steward, Ken............. 1965-66 Stewart, Al................ 1969-72 Stewart, Ken.............. 1966-69 Stewart, Vincent......... 1991-95 Stigall, Jared.............. 2008-10 Stowe, Dennis............ 1978-79 Stripe, John............... 1981-84 Stuart, Harry.............. 1948-49 Stuart, Ken................ 1979-80 Sullivan, Mark........... 1961-62 Suva, John................. 1976-77 Swartz, Jack.............. 1953-54 Swift, David............... 1996-99 Syas, Mike................. 1965-67 Syftestad, Bob............ 1955-59

T Tate, Arthur............... 1993-97 Taylor, Bob................. 1952-54 Taylor, Herb............... 1958-59 Third, Mitch............... 1969-70 Thomas, Donald......... 2006-09 Thomas, Howard........ 1961-62 Thomas, James.......... 1963-64

Thomas, Jim............... 1964-65 Thompkins, Cedric...... 2000-04 Thompson, Earl.......... 1993-94 Thornton, Jim............. 1959-60 Treadwell, Butch......... 1979-81 Toles-Bey, Sultan..... 2009-pres. Troutman, Frank......... 1955-57 Turner, Rovan............. 1982-83

V Vail, Zach.................. 1985-86 Valdez, Martin........... 1973-75 Valentino, John.......... 1948-49 Van Velzen, Al........... 1971-72 Vaughn, Greg............ 1972-77 Vaughn, Tony............. 1980-81 Vazquez, Ray............ 1990-92 Victor, David.............. 1995-97 Vinci, Dick................. 1952-55

Randy Adams

W Wagner, Paul............. 1973-74 Walker, Charlie.......... 1968-71 Wallace, Pat.............. 1989-93 Walsh, David............. 1976-77 Walton, Ronnie.......... 2001-02 Ward, Alex................ 2008-09 Ward, James............. 1981-82 Weekly, Marty........... 1962-63 Weis, Norman........... 1956-57 Welte, Randy............. 1983-85 Westermann, Jeff....... 1996-97 Whitaker, Bill............. 1960-62 White, Frank.............. 1956-58 White, Jimmy............. 2001-03 White, Monte............. 1965-66 Whitlock, Major......... 1991-93 Wieck, Thomas.......... 1998-00 Wigley, Marc............. 1967-68 Williams, Alex........... 1986-88 Williams, Byron......... 1976-78 Williams, Damone..... 1992-94 Williams, Edwin......... 1993-96 Williams, Justin.......... 2005-08 Wilson, Aaron........... 2008-09 Wise, Pierre............... 1983-84 Wood, John............... 1969-70 Wood, Ron................ 1954-55 Wood, Tom................ 1967-71 Woodard, Bruce........ 1985-89 Woodard, Moe.......... 1970-72 Woods, Andrew......... 1967-68 Woods, Clark............ 2005-08 Wright, Jason............ 1997-98 Wright, Louis............. 1967-69 Wright, Russell........... 1979-80 Wudel, Mark............. 1979-80

David Drakeford

Chris Lange

Cedric Thompkins

Y Yokato, Jim................ 1957-59 Young, Alonzo........... 2006-08 Youngstrom, Carl....... 1949-52

Z Zeigler, Simon............ 1983-86 Zenor, Dave............... 1955-57

Bruce Woodard

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Sacramento State Head Coaches

NCAA Tournament Appearances No. Coach 1 Hal Wolf 1 Ev Shelton 1 Jack Heron 1 Joseph Anders

NCAA Tournament Record W-L Coach 4-1 Ev Shelton 0-2 Hal Wolf 0-2 Jack Heron 0-2 Joseph Anders

Highest Overall Winning Percentage

Pct. Coach Yrs. W-L .498 Ev Shelton 9 117-118 .470 Hal Wolf 6 63-71 .466 Joseph Anders 6 75-86 .455 Harvey Roloff 1 10-12 .452 Warren Conrad 4 33-40

Highest Conference Winning Percentage

No. Coach Tenure 1 Warren Conrad 1948-52 2 Hal Wolf 1952-56, 1957-59 3 Harvey Roloff 1956-57 4 Ev Shelton 1959-68 5 Jack Heron 1968-78, 1979-84 6 Elmo Slider 1977-79 7 Fred Lewis 1984-85 8 Bill Brown 1985-87 9 Joseph Anders 1987-92 10 Don Newman 1992-97 11 Tom Abatemarco 1997-00 12 Jerome Jenkins 2000-08 13 Brian Katz 2008-pres.

Overall Record Years W L Pct. 4 33 40 .452 6 63 71 .470 1 10 12 .455 9 117 118 .498 15 196 258 .432 2 9 25 .264 1 7 23 .233 2 17 21 .447 6 75 86 .466 5 20 114 .149 3 13 66 .165 8 80 147 .352 2 11 48 .186

Conf. Record W L Pct. -- -- -27 23 .540 7 3 .700 62 46 .574 104 73 .588 7 12 .368 3 11 .214 -- -- -9 13 .409 6 22 .214 6 42 .125 37 81 .314 4 28 .125

NOTES – Elmo Slider replaced Jack Heron with eight games remaining in the 1977-78 season – Joseph Anders replaced Bill Brown 11 games into the 1986-87 season

Pct. Coach Yrs. W-L .700 Harvey Roloff 1 7-3 .588 Jack Heron 15 104-73 .574 Ev Shelton 9 62-46 .540 Hal Wolf 5 27-23 .409 Joseph Anders 2 9-13

Most Victories/Career Wins Coach 196 Jack Heron 117 Ev Shelton 80 Jerome Jenkins 75 Joseph Anders 63 Hal Wolf

Years 1968-84 1959-68 2000-08 1987-92 1952-59

Warren Conrad

Hal Wolf

Harvey Roloff

Ev Shelton

Jack Heron

Elmo Slider

Fred Lewis

Bill Brown

Joseph Anders

Don Newman

Tom Abatemarco

Jerome Jenkins

Brian Katz

Most Victories/Season Wins Coach 22 Joseph Anders 21 Ev Shelton 18 Jack Heron 18 Hal Wolf 17 Jack Heron 17 Jack Heron 17 Ev Shelton

Most Seasons

Years Coach 15 Jack Heron 9 Ev Shelton 8 Jerome Jenkins 6 Joseph Anders 6 Hal Wolf

Years 1987-88 1961-62 1970-71 1952-53 1971-72 1969-70 1960-61

W-L 196-258 117-118 80-147 75-86 63-71

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Hillman, Adrian......................1995 Hoogenbosh, Tad..........1996, 1998 Kasongo, Yannick....................2008 Payne, James..........................2004

15

Harris, E.J..........................2004-05 Harrison, Curtis..................2007-08

Aboubakar, Wandji.................2008 Alamo, Angel.........................2007 Armstrong, Chris.....................2001 Armstrong, LeRonne................1994 Lopez, Dani............................2010 Matthews, Leland....................1998 Sadler, Markel........................1996 Whitlock, Major......................1993

2

20

1

Pugh, Jameel.....................2004-05

3

Carey, Eric.........................1996-97 Fisher, Sedessa........................1998 Hargrave, Haron................2006-07 Jacques, Rene....................1999-02 Medunjanin, Emir....................2003 McGhee, Vinnie......................2008 Thompson, Earl.......................1994

4

Adams, Randy...................2005-09 Drakeford, David...............1997-98 Malone, Marcus......................1999 Norris, David..........................2010 Tate, Arthur.......................1994-96

5

Bailey, Antoine........................1999 Calton, Stephen......................2009 Dickson, John.........................2010 Ferguson, Darnell....................2008 Lambeth, Derek.......................2000 White, Jimmy.....................2002-03 Woods, Clark....................2006-07

10

Brewer, Jim........................2000-01 Dawson, Joseth.......................2002 Guyton, Brandon...............2003-04 Johnson, Chris........................1998 Malloy, Jonathan.....................2010 McKay, Schuyler.....................2005 Thomas, Donald.................2007-09 Wallace, Pat...........................1992

11

Baity, Louie.............................1997 Hunter, Mark...........................1995 Jones, Mark............................1992 Perry, Aaron......................2005-06 Smith, Carlos..........................1998 Wallace, Pat...........................1993 Walton, Ronnie.......................2002 Young, Alonzo...................2007-08

12

Gilzene, Jason...................2005-06 Stigall, Jared......................2009-10 Vazquez, Ray.........................1992

13

Williams, Damone.............1993-94

14

Adams, Roderick................. 2007-08 Edwards, Damond....... 1993-95, ‘97 Marcial, Mike....................2009-10 Thompkins, Cedric..............2001-04

Davis, Charlo.....................1992-93 Freeman, DaShawn............2003-06 Halverson, Erick.................1995-96 Woods, Clark.........................2008

21

Amos, Dean...........................1995 Batta, Rame.......................2000-01 Blockmon, Jerome...................2009 Faison, Sydney.......................1997 Groce, Kris.............................2007 Hardy, Chris...........................1998 Murase, Nate.........................1999 Toles-Bey, Sultan.....................2010

22

Casares, Adam..................2000-01 DelGadillo, Angel...................1994 Harris, Jason.....................2005-06 Flaggs, Antonio.................2009-10

23

Daniel, Domineek....................2010 King, Michael.........................1994 Leath, Loren.......................2006-09 Morris, Robert.........................1992 Pompey, Tim...........................1996 Wright, Jason.........................1998

24

Anoruo, Arinze..................1999-01 Dawson, Joseth.......................2004 Ranney, Kaleb.........................1998 Williams, Justin..................2006-08

25

Davis, Jason......................2007-08 Jenkins, Mike.....................1996-97 Morris, Robert.........................1993 Swift, David.......................1998-99 Whitlock, Major......................1992 Wilson, Aaron........................2009

30

Colter, Sean............................1993 Jones, Joel.........................2002-04

31

Ramirez, Abie....................1995-96 Wieck, Thomas..................1999-00

32

Boyd, Michael....................1994-97 Diop, Djibril.......................2003-04 Kane, Mike.............................1993 Landry, Jimmy....................1998-99 Richardson, Jay.................2001-02 Selling, Michael.................2009-10

33

Bausley, Alex.....................2004-07 Bjegovic, Duro............... 2010-pres. Cravey, Leo........................2002-03 Donohue, Rob.........................1992 Gonzales, Pablo.................2000-01 Jorissen, Erik......................1998-99 Williams, Edwin.................1994-96

34

Glenn, Rickie.....................2000-01 Johnstin, Brad.........................2010 Malloy, Jonathan.....................2009 Stewart, Vincent......................1992

35

Lambeth, Derek..................2001-03 Roberts, Davon..................2005-07

40

Brown, Shamar..................1992-93 Eller, Justin.........................2008-10 Joiner, David......................2001-02 Segeberg, Bo..........................2000 Victor, David......................1996-97

41

Bass, Marcellus.......................1997 Coleman, Ryan.......................1998

42

Bass, Marcellus.......................1996 Hoffart, Jake...........................1995 Hooks, Raashad.................2002-03 Houston, Sean...................1997-99 Meriman, Malcolm..................1992 Ward, Alex.............................2009

Joseth Dawson was a first team allBig Sky selection in 2003-04 after leading the Hornets with 14.4 points per game and shooting .848 (140165) from the free throw line.

43

Flood, Anthony..................1999-00

44

Collier, Antwon.......................1995 Edwards, Richmond.................1996 Kagel, Carl.............................1992 Lange, Chris......................2003-06 Selvey, Troy.......................1999-02

45

Clark, Tim...............................1998 Swift, David............................1997

50

Beekman, Zane..................2005-06 Edwards, Mike........................2009 Gooding, Nick...................2003-04 Stewart, Vincent......................1993 Tate, Arthur............................1997

55

Bell, Aaron.............................1995 Champion, Tony.................2001-04 Evans, Charles.................1991, ‘93 Westermann, Jeff....................1997 Years played represents the year at the end of the season. For example, the 1998-99 season would be listed as 1999. If a player was active from the 1985-86 season through the 1987-88 season, he would be listed as 1986-88.

Brandon Guyton’s 78 three-pointers during the 2003-04 season rank as the second best single season mark since Sacramento State joined the Div. I ranks in 1991-92.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS

1958-59 1958-59 Hornets (from L to R) Front Row: Head coach Hal Wolf, Jim Yokota, Jerry Calvin, Ben Brenning, Trainer Larry Klaus Middle Row: Assistant coach Harvey Roloff, Lee Farnsworth, Chuck Mobley, Bob Syftestad, Wes Fain Back Row: Fred Scott, Dennis Cole, Terry Bennett, Don Faussett, Val Kobza, Herb Taylor

Storyline Led by Chuck Mobley (#10), the 1958-59 squad won the Far Western Conference title and advanced to the NCAA College Division West Regional. The conference championship was the first in program history and the appearance in the postseason was the first of four NCAA Tournament appearances the program has made. Mobley was named first team all-conference while Don Faussett and Bob Syftestad were both named to the second team.

1961-62 1961-62 Hornets (from L to R) Front Row: Tom Pugliese, Jerry Juarceys, Jim Greene, Les Kuhnz, Howard Thomas, head coach Ev Shelton Back Row: Paul Smith, Bill Whitaker, John Hagerty, Ron Rohrer, Bob McCoy, Bill Baker

Storyline The 1961-62 squad finished as the College Division national runner-up after losing to Mount Saint Mary’s in overtime, 58-57, in the NCAA Tournament championship game in Evansville, Ind. Over 1,000 fans welcomed home the team upon deplaning at the Sacramento Municipal Airport after returning home from the tournament. The entire team and head coach Ev Shelton were inducted into the Sacramento State Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame on Oct. 30, 2009. The team beat Seattle Pacific (68-57), Cal Poly Pomona (73-65), Valparaiso (61-54) and Nebraska Wesleyan (74-73) to reach the title game.

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1969-70 1969-70 Hornets Head coach Jack Heron, Larry Maxey, Mitch Third (shown in the picture to the left), Raymond Pfeifer, Joe Carr, John Wood, Terry Ray, Mark Dubois, William Jones, Gordon Newton, Alan Stewart, Jeff Reed

Storyline Sacramento State finished the season with a 17-11 overall record and won the Far Western Conference championship with a 10-2 mark. The team won a program-record 12 straight games from Jan. 10-Feb. 27, and entered the NCAA College Division West Regionals (played in Tacoma, Wash.) with a 17-9 record. However, the team lost two nail biters to Puget Sound (67-62) and Boise State (6361). Mitch Third was named to the all-West Coast Team after averaging 15.0 points and 9.9 rebounds per game, and was an all-tournament selection at the West Regionals.

1987-88 1987-88 Hornets (from L to R) Bruce Woodard, Larry Brown, Robert Martin, Brad Jorgenson, Henry King, Tristan Buckingham, Sean McClendon, Mike Scholl, Sean Smartt, Grover Perry, Rick Campbell, Chris Farr, Alex Williams

Storyline The 1987-88 squad reached the NCAA Div. II Tournament, becoming the fourth Hornet men’s basketball team to reach the NCAA’s postseason event. Sacramento State finished the season with a 22-8 record, led the nation in three-pointers (303, 10.1 per game) and ranked sixth in the nation in scoring offense (school-record 93.1 ppg). Alex Williams (#11) buried 167 three-pointers that year which remains the best single-season mark in Div. II history. The 22 victories are the most in program history, and among those wins, was an 87-84 upset victory over Texas A&M at Arco Arena on Dec. 19, 1987.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL YEARLY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SCORING

Year Player G Pts Avg 2010 Justin Eller 30 338 11.3 2009 Loren Leath 28 437 15.6 2008 Loren Leath 28 367 13.1 2007 Haron Hargrave 26 359 13.8 2006 Alex Bausley 30 407 13.6 2005 Jason Harris 27 472 17.5 2004 Joseth Dawson 28 404 14.4 2003 Derek Lambeth 29 376 13.0 2002 Joseth Dawson 26 365 14.0 2001 Rickie Glenn 26 401 15.4 2000 Anthony Flood 27 363 13.4 1999 Nate Murase 26 268 10.3 1998 Sedessa Fisher 25 347 13.9 1997 Damond Edwards 25 370 14.8 1996 Abie Ramirez 27 369 13.7 1995 Damond Edwards 27 397 14.7 1994 Michael Boyd 27 295 10.9 1993 Charlo Davis 25 351 14.0 1992 Charlo Davis 28 505 18.0 1991 Greg Ballard 26 375 14.4 1990 Mike Kane 31 561 18.1 1989 Robert Martin 28 601 21.5 1988 Alex Williams 30 767 25.6 1987 Alex Williams 28 472 16.9 1986 Cassius Kelleybrew 28 324 11.6 1985 Marvin Epps 30 350 11.7 1984 Vernon Durham 31 429 13.8 1983 Rovan Turner 26 361 13.9 1982 Jim Jansen 21 318 15.1 1981 Tony Vaughn 27 276 10.2 1980 Darnell Anderson 27 553 20.5 1979 Ted Borum 26 388 14.9 1978 Nate Robinson 27 510 18.9 1977 Nate Robinson 27 386 14.3 1976 Russ Carlson 26 361 13.9

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FIELD GOAL PCT. Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Player FG FGA Pct Justin Eller 119 240 .496 Mike Edwards 37 63 .587 Jason Davis 55 99 .556 Davon Roberts 51 86 .593 Davon Roberts 33 59 .559 Jason Harris 144 340 .424 Tony Champion 45 86 .523 Jimmy White 114 213 .535 David Joiner 44 88 .500 Arinze Anoruo 93 174 .534 Rickie Glenn 81 162 .500 Antoine Bailey 92 199 .462 Tad Hoogenbosch 36 67 .537 David Victor 64 141 .454 Arthur Tate 48 97 .495 Adrian Hillman 83 157 .529 Michael King 92 218 .422 Pat Wallace 47 108 .435 Rob Donohue 88 177 .497 Tim Little 148 270 .548 Tim Little 201 393 .511 Sean McClendon 142 240 .592 Sean Smartt 97 165 .588 Chris Farr 89 159 .560 Simon Zeigler 43 77 .558 Vernon Durham 121 234 .517 Vernon Durham 167 284 .588 Vernon Durham 65 116 .560 John Stripe 73 135 .541 Paul Purvis 54 111 .486 Ricky Patterson 75 132 .568 Ted Borum 150 282 .532 Byron Williams 211 353 .598 Chuck Gulo 74 129 .574 Floyd Roberts 38 67 .567

REBOUNDING

FREE THROW PCT.

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Player G Reb Avg Justin Eller 30 165 5.5 Justin Eller 29 193 6.7 Justin Williams 27 123 4.6 Angel Alamo 29 176 6.1 Alex Bausley 30 157 5.2 Alex Bausley 28 149 5.3 Cedric Thompkins 28 158 5.6 Jimmy White 29 175 6.0 Cedric Thompkins 28 177 6.3 Arinze Anoruo 25 163 6.5 Anthony Flood 27 192 7.1 Sean Houston 25 215 8.6 Sean Houston 14 150 10.7 Damond Edwards 25 157 6.3 Abie Ramirez 27 206 7.6 Abie Ramirez 27 190 7.0 Michael Boyd 27 143 5.3 Robert Morris 25 143 5.7 Malcolm Merriman 28 162 5.8 Tim Little 26 163 6.3 Tim Little 31 261 8.4 Sean Smartt 27 173 6.4 Sean McClendon 30 218 7.3 Tony Massop 28 228 8.1 Cassius Kelleybrew 28 210 7.5 Vernon Durham 23 173 7.5 Vernon Durham 31 173 5.6 Chris Jensen 19 145 7.6 Jim Jansen 21 146 7.0 Paul Purvis 27 119 4.4.. Butch Treadwell 27 194 7.2 Ricky Patterson 26 159 6.1 Nate Robinson 27 259 9.6 Nate Robinson 27 242 9.0 Russ Carlson 26 147 5.6

Player FT FTA Pct Sultan Toles-Bey 93 107 .869 Antonio Flaggs 58 72 .806 Clark Woods 38 49 .776 Haron Hargrave 119 145 .821 Loren Leath 35 39 .897 DaShawn Freeman 89 113 .788 Joseth Dawson 140 165 .848 Raashad Hooks 75 94 .798 Rene Jacques 38 49 .776 Rame Batta 69 81 .852 Rene Jacques 34 45 .756 Rene Jacques 32 42 .762 Sedessa Fisher 80 110 .727 Arthur Tate 40 55 .727 Tad Hoogenbosch 44 60 .733 Damond Edwards 52 75 .693 Damond Edwards 47 61 .738 Shamar Brown 33 44 .750 Carl Kagel 49 69 .710 Jacques Cormier 63 84 .750 Bill McCoin 64 76 .842 Robert Martin 73 91 .802 Alex Williams 88 107 .822 Alex Williams 56 66 .848 Robert Martin 32 42 .762 Gus Armstead 28 30 .933 Darrin Pembroke 46 59 .780 Darrin Pembroke 44 53 .830 James Ward 43 55 .782 Tony Vaughn 52 67 .776 Washington Jacobs 65 79 .822 Washington Jacobs 38 43 .884 Byron Williams 58 76 .763 Russ Carlson 74 97 .763 Joe Garland 31 36 .861

THREE POINTERS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Player G 3PT Avg Antonio Flaggs 29 38 1.3 Loren Leath 28 61 2.2 Loren Leath 28 52 1.9 Loren Leath 29 72 2.5 Loren Leath 27 55 2.0 Jameel Pugh 25 59 2.4 Brandon Guyton 28 78 2.8 Brandon Guyton 29 64 2.2 Joseth Dawson 26 65 2.5 Pablo Gonzales 27 45 1.7 Pablo Gonzales 27 49 1.8 Nate Murase 26 62 2.4 David Drakeford 26 32 1.2 Damond Edwards 25 56 2.2 Eric Carey 27 65 2.4 Damond Edwards 27 61 2.3 Damone Williams 27 38 1.4 Charlo Davis 25 58 2.3 Charlo Davis 28 88 3.1 Mike Kane 26 52 2.0 Mike Kane 31 115 3.7 Robert Martin 28 118 4.2 Alex Williams 30 167 5.6 Alex Williams 28 80 2.9

THREE POINTERS ATT. Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Player G 3PTA Avg Antonio Flaggs 29 103 3.6 Loren Leath 28 163 5.8 Loren Leath 28 169 6.0 Loren Leath 29 200 6.9 Loren Leath 27 146 5.4 Jameel Pugh 25 156 6.2 Brandon Guyton 28 208 7.4 Brandon Guyton 29 197 6.8 Joseth Dawson 26 165 6.3 Pablo Gonzales 27 139 5.1 Pablo Gonzales 27 144 5.3 Nate Murase 26 185 7.1 David Drakeford 26 112 4.3 Eric Carey 26 204 7.8 Eric Carey 27 223 8.3 Damond Edwards 27 180 6.7 Damond Edwards 27 113 4.2 Charlo Davis 25 176 7.0 Charlo Davis 28 256 9.1 Mike Kane 26 119 4.6 Mike Kane 31 253 8.2 Robert Martin 28 301 10.8 Alex Williams 30 369 12.3 Alex Williams 28 172 6.1

ASSISTS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Player G Ast Avg Mike Marcial 30 103 3.4 Mike Marcial 29 77 2.7 Vinnie McGhee 28 142 5.1 Roderick Adams 29 88 3.0 DaShawn Freeman 30 165 5.5 DaShawn Freeman 28 138 4.9 DaShawn Freeman 28 94 3.4.. Raashad Hooks 29 117 4.0 Raashad Hooks 28 70 2.5 Rame Batta 27 111 4.1 Rame Batta 27 73 2.7 Nate Murase 26 126 4.8 Ryan Coleman 25 140 5.6 David Drakeford 21 86 4.1 Markel Sadler 27 127 4.7 Mark Hunter 27 140 5.2 LeRonne Armstrong 27 108 4.0 Pat Wallace 27 95 3.5 Major Whitlock 28 91 3.3 Pat Wallace 26 76 2.9 Pat Wallace 31 175 5.6 Bruce Woodard 28 135 4.8

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

Chris Farr 30 Chris Farr 28 Bruce Woodard 28 Gus Armstead 30 Darrin Pembroke 31 Rovan Turner 26 Rich Johnson 24 Tony Vaughn 27 Rich Johnson 26 Ted Borum 26 Byron Williams 27 Byron Williams 27 Julius Bolds 26

207 125 127 112 68 68 71 98 140 64 94 100 70

6.9 4.5 4.5 3.7 2.2 2.6 3.0 3.6 5.4 2.5 3.5 3.7 2.7

BLOCKED SHOTS

Year Player G Blk Avg 2010 John Dickson 30 29 1.0 2009 Mike Edwards 18 19 1.1 2008 Justin Williams 28 31 1.1 2007 Justin Williams 27 24 0.9 2006 Jason Harris 25 19 0.8 2005 Randy Adams 28 23 0.8 2004 Chris Lange 28 21 0.8 2003 Jimmy White 29 37 1.3 2002 Joel Jones 27 26 1.0 2001 Arinze Anoruo 25 26 1.0 2000 Anthony Flood 27 39 1.4 1999 Sean Houston 25 41 1.6 1998 Tim Clark 20 11 0.6 1997 David Victor 24 20 0.8 1996 Abie Ramirez 27 39 1.4 1995 Vincent Stewart 24 18 0.8 1994 Vincent Stewart 27 42 1.6 1993 Vincent Stewart 27 20 0.7 1992 Vincent Stewart 26 25 1.0 1991 Willie Jordan 26 26 1.0 1990 Tim Little 31 25 0.8 1989 Sean McClendon 28 52 1.9 1988 Sean McClendon 30 47 1.6 1987 Cassius Kelleybrew 27 77 2.9 1986 Cassius Kelleybrew 28 75 2.7 1985 Chris Dahlberg 30 61 2.0 1984 John Stripe 25 19 0.8 1983 Chris Jensen 19 18 0.9 1982 Ron Chatman 26 40 1.5 1981 Ron Chatman 26 18 0.7

STEALS

Year Player G Stl Avg 2010 Sultan Toles-Bey 30 47 1.6 2009 Loren Leath 28 28 1.0 2008 Justin Williams 28 50 1.8 2007 Alex Bausley 29 72 2.5 2006 DaShawn Freeman 30 82 2.7 2005 DaShawn Freeman 28 82 2.9 2004 DaShawn Freeman 28 49 1.8 2003 DaShawn Freeman 29 70 2.4 2002 Joel Jones 27 43 1.6 2001 Rame Batta 27 58 2.1 2000 Rame Batta 27 57 2.1 1999 Nate Murase 26 34 1.3 1998 Coleman/Fisher 25 17 0.7 1997 Damond Edwards 25 40 1.6 1996 Michael Boyd 27 49 1.8 1995 Mark Hunter 27 51 1.9 1994 Michael King 22 31 1.4 1993 Pat Wallace 27 53 2.0 1992 Pat Wallace 28 50 1.8 1991 Greg Ballard 26 49 1.9.. 1990 Pat Wallace 31 65 2.1 1989 Robert Martin 28 47 1.7 1988 Alex Williams 30 55 1.8 1987 Chris Farr 28 45 1.6 1986 Bruce Woodard 28 59 2.1 1985 Marvin Epps 30 37 1.2 1984 Fred Bass 29 25 0.9 1983 Headley Chambers 23 54 2.3 1982 Ron Chatman 26 29 1.1 1981 Tony Vaughn 27 33 1.2

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1948-49

Head Coach: Warren Conrad (2-11)

vs. Chico State..................... L, 50-41 vs. Chico State..................... L, 62-45 vs. UC Davis........................ L, 64-58 vs. San Francisco State......... L, 61-50 vs. Chapman....................... L, 53-47 vs. Linfield......................... W, 52-34 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 45-44 vs. San Francisco State......... L, 73-62 vs. Humboldt State............... L, 37-34 vs. UC Davis........................ L, 50-35 vs. Pacific............................ L, 54-40 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 55-30 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 68-40

1949-50

Head Coach: Warren Conrad (11-9)

vs. Fresno State.................. W, 45-38 vs. Fresno State.................. W, 60-47 vs. Chico State..................... L, 48-40 vs. San Francisco State....... W, 48-33 vs. San Francisco State......... L, 61-46 vs. LaVerne........................ W, 52-35 vs. UC Davis........................ L, 57-53 vs. Pacific............................ L, 56-49 vs. Indiana State.................. L, 49-47 vs. Redlands...................... W, 54-49 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 70-64 vs. San Jose State................. L, 50-46 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 48-44 vs. Pacific.......................... W, 73-48 vs. Chico State................... W, 44-40 vs. UC Davis........................ L, 44-39 vs. West Virginia State.......... L, 57-36 vs. San Francisco State....... W, 59-55 vs. San Francisco State....... W, 58-47 vs. Cal State L.A................. W, 75-56

1950-51

Head Coach: Warren Conrad (6-10)

at California........................ L, 49-39 SAINT MARY’S.................. W, 59-49 at San Jose State.................. L, 51-46 CHICO STATE...................... L, 54-45 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 73-59 vs. Humboldt State............. W, 73-35 vs. Cal State L.A................... L, 62-52 at Nevada........................... L, 61-48 at Pacific............................. L, 53-48 NEVADA........................... W, 52-51 SAN FRANCISCO STATE.... W, 45-43 at Cal Poly........................... L, 62-56 DENVER.............................. L, 51-49 at San Francisco State.......... L, 56-55 PACIFIC............................... L, 44-42 at UC Davis....................... W, 56-55

1951-52

Head Coach: Warren Conrad (14-10)

SAN FRANCISCO ............. W, 39-28 at Santa Clara..................... L, 62-50 at San Jose State.................. L, 61-49 at Nevada........................... L, 68-51 at Nevada........................... L, 58-45 at Utah State........................ L, 69-64 at Montana State................ W, 57-45 at Idaho State.................... W, 52-49 at Idaho State.................... W, 48-40 UTAH STATE...................... W, 60-49 SAN FRANCISCO STATE.... W, 63-51 SAN FRANCISCO STATE.... W, 45-44 NEVADA............................. L, 65-57 NEVADA............................. L, 54-53 at Pacific............................. L, 65-47 at Pacific........................... W, 67-56 at Chico State...................... L, 68-66 vs. Fresno State.................. W, 70-57 FRESNO STATE.................. W, 62-54 FRESNO STATE.................. W, 76-62

at UC Davis....................... W, 76-45 UC Davis........................... W, 55-46 vs. Long Beach State*......... W, 62-51 vs. Cal Poly*........................ L, 70-56 * - California College Tournament (Los Angeles)

1952-53

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (18-8)

vs. San Jose State................. L, 43-42 vs. Southern Oregon.......... W, 52-43 vs. Linfield......................... W, 64-49 vs. Lewis and Clark............ W, 78-62 vs. Pacific University........... W, 57-42 vs. Willamette.................... W, 67-55 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 58-53 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 46-44 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 71-54 vs. Pacific University........... W, 59-39 vs. Pacific.......................... W, 49-46 vs. Nevada........................ W, 57-53 vs. Nevada........................ W, 67-57 vs. Pacific.......................... W, 64-50 vs. Chico State................... W, 60-46 vs. San Francisco State....... W, 59-42 vs. San Francisco State....... W, 54-52 vs. Chico State................... W, 59-56 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 62-39 vs. San Jose State................. L, 49-40 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 79-60 vs. Fresno State.................. W, 74-72 vs. Nevada ......................... L, 61-49 vs. Nevada.......................... L, 67-59 vs. Pepperdine*.................. W, 56-55 vs. Point Loma Nazarene*..... L, 66-48 * NAIA Playoffs

1953-54

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (9-9, 4-6 Far Western)

vs. UC Santa Barbara........... L, 56-43 vs. Cal Poly........................ W, 55-52 vs. Lewis and Clark............ W, 64-33 vs. Washington State.......... W, 45-44 vs. Oregon.......................... L, 59-53 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 53-48 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 42-26 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 50-45 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 42-41 vs. Fresno State.................. W, 60-54 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 70-67 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 49-37 vs. San Jose State............... W, 57-49 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 50-45 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 58-54 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 45-44 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 55-46 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 69-68 * Far Western Conference games

vs. Nevada*........................ L, 65-52 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 80-64 * - Far West Conference games

1955-56

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (9-11, 5-5 Far Western)

vs. Pacific............................ L, 63-53 vs. San Jose State................. L, 66-41 vs. Saint Mary’s................... L, 89-64 vs. Pacific.......................... W, 65-48 vs. Whittier........................ W, 81-51 vs. Saint Mary’s................. W, 72-46 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 52-35 vs. Humboldt State............... L, 49-42 vs. Nevada.......................... L, 76-60 vs. San Jose State................. L, 58-52 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 74-52 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 58-54 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 77-53 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 63-62 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 81-56 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 69-60 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 71-65 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 71-60 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 64-61 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 75-58 * Far Western Conference games

1956-57

Head Coach: Harvey Roloff (10-12, 7-3 Far Western)

vs. San Jose State................. L, 56-43 vs. Pacific............................ L, 69-52 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 79-70 vs. Pacific............................ L, 71-47 vs. San Diego State............ W, 60-56 vs. Long Beach State........... W, 72-68 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 63-51 vs. Willamette...................... L, 59-56 vs. Whittier.......................... L, 65-49 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 53-45 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 62-58 vs. Saint Mary’s .................. L, 91-49

vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 74-58 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 77-59 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 70-55 vs. Point Loma Nazarene...... L, 71-63 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 65-63 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 43-37 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 72-67 vs. Saint Mary’s .................. L, 73-45 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 80-73 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 72-59 * Far Western Conference games

1957-58

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (8-13, 6-4 Far Western)

vs. Pacific.......................... W, 61-50 vs. Pacific............................ L, 56-45 vs. Willamette...................... L, 66-50 vs. Portland.......................... L, 71-49 vs. Lewis and Clark.............. L, 66-62 vs. Pacific University............. L, 57-53 vs. Redlands........................ L, 62-37 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 72-56 vs. Cal State L.A................... L, 76-41 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 41-39 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 56-52 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 48-44 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 57-43 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 60-55 vs. Occidental................... W, 72-66 vs. San Jose State................. L, 66-49 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 57-49 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 60-53 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 56-44 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 56-52 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 75-70 * Far Western Conference games

1958-59

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (12-12, 8-2 Far Western)

vs. Saint Mary’s................... L, 68-54 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 66-43 vs. Cal State L.A................. L, 101-80

vs. Long Beach State............. L, 75-73 vs. Long Beach State........... W, 76-64 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 58-45 vs. Southern Oregon.......... W, 62-51 vs. Redlands...................... W, 73-60 vs. Chico State#................. W, 58-49 vs. Humboldt State#............. L, 53-36 vs. Nevada#........................ L, 39-29 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 67-59 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 56-51 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 65-56 vs. Point Loma Nazarene...... L, 70-58 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 70-49 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 72-58 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 76-72 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 61-44 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 69-53 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 55-44 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 61-39 vs. Cal State L.A.%............... L, 83-57 vs. Willamette%.................... L, 76-57 # Far Western Conference Tourney * Far Western Conference games % NCAA College Division West Regional

1959-60

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (10-13, 6-4 Far Western)

SAINT MARY’S.................... L, 71-59 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 71-37 vs. Pacific............................ L, 62-55 vs. Chapman....................... L, 79-59 vs. Cal Poly........................ W, 79-47 vs. San Francisco State#....... L, 69-59 vs. UC Davis#...................... L, 45-43 vs. Humboldt State#............. L, 54-47 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 77-47 at UC Davis*...................... W, 60-31 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 71-47 vs. Pacific............................ L, 73-57 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 66-37 vs. Occidental.................... W, 71-70 at Cal Poly@...................... W, 66-61 vs. Long Beach State@.......... L, 87-53 vs. Cal State Northridge..... W, 81-57 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 65-63

1954-55

Head Coach: Dr. Hal Wolf (7-18, 4-6 Far Western)

vs. Southern Oregon.......... W, 74-65 vs. Portland.......................... L, 90-75 vs. Lewis and Clark.............. L, 48-44 vs. Pacific University............. L, 78-56 vs. Pacific............................ L, 60-41 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 58-52 vs. Point Loma Nazarene...... L, 60-58 vs. UC Santa Barbara........... L, 68-51 vs. Nevada.......................... L, 54-53 vs. San Francisco State......... L, 79-70 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 69-58 vs. Portland.......................... L, 57-54 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 54-51 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 58-56 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 74-72 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 57-54 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 58-52 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 65-55 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 71-50 vs. Pacific.......................... W, 61-51 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 86-58 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 80-56 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 63-62

Dr. Hal Wolf, shown here drawing up a play prior to a game in 1954, had two stints as head coach at Sacramento State from 1952-56, and 1957-59. His 1953-54 squad became the first to play in the Far Western Conference, and he guided the program to its first-ever conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in 1959.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 72-58 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 63-48 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 55-48 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 70-49 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 48-34 # Far Western Conf. Tourney (Chico, CA) * Far Western Conference games @ Cal Poly Tourney (San Luis Obispo)

1960-61

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (17-8, 8-2 Far Western)

vs. Long Beach State........... W, 76-58 vs. Pacific............................ L, 69-59 vs. Cal State Fullerton........... L, 79-68 vs. Chapman....................... L, 75-73 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 76-74 vs. Biola............................ W, 86-52 vs. UC Riverside................. W, 72-40 vs. Pomona........................ W, 63-40 vs. Cal State Fullerton......... W, 77-56 vs. Point Loma Nazarene...... L, 67-62 vs. Chico State................... W, 64-63 vs. Chapman....................... L, 60-56 vs. Humboldt State#........... W, 59-56 vs. UC Davis#.................... W, 82-68 vs. Humboldt State#........... W, 60-55 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 63-49 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 76-56 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 58-57 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 67-56 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 78-55 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 42-40 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 53-41 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 68-57 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 58-49 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 59-47 # Far Western Conference Tourney * Far Western Conference games

The 1960-61 squad finished the year 17-8 overall and narrowly missed out on winning the program’s second Far Western Conference championship. The team finished 8-2 in the Far Western and was edged by Nevada during the second to last game of the season for the league championship. John Dille (first row, far left) and Ron Rohrer (#34) were both named first team all-conference while Bill Whitaker (#44) finished the season seventh in the nation in rebounding (19.3 rpg).

1961-62

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (21-10, 10-2 Far Western)

at Saint Mary’s .................... L, 91-75 at Fresno State..................... L, 73-55 CAL STATE HAYWARD........ W, 79-52 CAL POLY POMONA......... W, 69-67 at Pacific............................. L, 59-58 BIOLA............................... W, 74-60 FRESNO STATE.................. W, 86-78 vs. Redlands!..................... W, 76-73 at Cal State Fullerton!........... L, 83-67 vs. Long Beach State!............ L, 72-54 vs. Point Loma Nazarene!..... L, 70-55 at Willamette$................... W, 64-51 at Western Washington$...... L, 61-54 SAN FRANCISCO STATE.... W, 64-57 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 72-58 at Chico State*................... W, 73-55 at Humboldt State*............. W, 55-29 at Cal Poly Pomona*.......... W, 88-66 at San Francisco State*....... W, 74-51 at Nevada*.......................... L, 59-50 at UC Davis*...................... W, 60-57 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 67-58 CHICO STATE*................... W, 92-55 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 71-47 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 67-55 NEVADA*......................... W, 87-60 SEATTLE PACIFIC^.............. W, 68-57 CAL POLY POMONA^....... W, 73-65 vs. Valparaiso%................. W, 61-54 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan%... W, 74-73 (2ot) vs. Mount Saint Mary’s%... L, 58-57 (ot) ! Cal State Fullerton Tournament $ Chico State Tournament * Far Western Conference games ^ NCAA College Division Pacific Coast Regionals (Sacramento) % NCAA College Division Tournament (Evansville, Ind.)

1962-63

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (10-16, 4-8 Far Western)

vs. Saint Mary’s .................. L, 67-45 vs. Cal Poly Pomona............. L, 54-53 vs. UC Davis...................... W, 60-46 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 67-56 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 56-52

vs. San Diego State!............. L, 53-51 vs. UC Davis!..................... W, 52-50 vs. Cal Poly!....................... W, 76-67 vs. Willamette^.................. W, 61-56 vs. Cal Poly^...................... W, 72-60 at Chico State^.................. W, 52-47 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 59-44 vs. Cal State Hayward*......... L, 42-32 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 65-53 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 58-49 vs. Westmont$..................... L, 73-71 vs. Point Loma Nazarene$.... L, 62-57 vs. Chapman....................... L, 77-58 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 46-44 vs. Nevada*...................... W, 75-73 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 72-66 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 70-54 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 77-62 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 37-31 vs. Nevada*........................ L, 72-56 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 55-46 ! Cal State Fullerton Tournament ^ Chico State Tournament $ Cal Poly Pomona Tournament * Far Western Conference games

1963-64

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (8-18, 5-7 Far Western)

SAN FRANCISCO ............... L, 77-39 FRESNO STATE.................... L, 68-64 at Fresno State..................... L, 76-49 at Pacific............................. L, 92-44 vs. Cal State Northridge!...... L, 73-70 at Cal State Fullerton!........... L, 75-65 vs. Redlands#...................... L, 66-64 vs. San Diego#.................... L, 75-66 vs. Cal State Hayward#...... W, 83-72 vs. Chapman^..................... L, 75-61 vs. Humboldt State^........... W, 84-57 vs. Point Loma Nazarene^.... L, 39-35 NEVADA*........................... L, 67-65 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 53-40 at San Francisco State*......... L, 61-57 CAL STATE FULLERTON...... W, 76-65 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 62-44

CHICO STATE*..................... L, 66-60 at Nevada*.......................... L, 67-47 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 47-45 POINT LOMA NAZARENE.... L, 55-52 at Chico State*..................... L, 65-60 at Humboldt State*............. W, 66-58 at UC Davis*...................... W, 73-56 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 76-67 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 65-63 ! Kris Kringle Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) # Mother Lode Classic (Bishop, Calif.) ^ Chico State Tournament * Far Western Conference games

1964-65

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (10-16, 4-8 Far Western)

FRESNO STATE.................... L, 98-80 at Fresno State..................... L, 82-66 at Saint Mary’s................... L, 108-88 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 80-59 NEVADA........................... W, 78-70 PACIFIC............................. W, 73-69 at Cal State Fullerton!....... W, 103-87 vs. Cal State Northridge!...... L, 96-86 vs. UNLV!.......................... L, 100-78 vs. Lewis & Clark!................. L, 76-75 vs. Central Washington^....... L, 90-79 vs. Willamette^.................. W, 77-60 CALVIN COLLEGE.............. W, 89-72 CHAPMAN.......................... L, 74-69 at UC Davis*........................ L, 63-52 at Chico State*................... W, 93-88 CAL STATE HAYWARD*........ L, 66-61 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... L, 109-85 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 75-72 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 66-63 at Nevada*........................ L, 101-71 NEVADA*........................... L, 84-64 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 70-62 at San Francisco State*..... L, 103-102 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 70-79 at Humboldt State*............. W, 77-72 ! Kris Kringle Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) ^ Chico Tournament (Chico, Calif.) * Far Western Conference games

1965-66

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (10-16, 6-6 Far Western) * Scores incomplete

at Fresno State................... L, 109-79 at Pacific............................. L, 83-76 at Chapman...................... L, 106-77 at UC Riverside.................... L, 97-82 at Redlands....................... W, 78-71 at Central Washington.......... L, 77-74 at Willamette....................... L, 77-74 NEVADA*........................... L, 79-71 SONOMA STATE............. W, 115-85 at Humboldt State*............. W, 75-69 at Fresno Pacific................... L, 90-73 at San Francisco State*... W, 114-107 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 92-78 at UC Davis*........................ L, 81-71 FRESNO PACIFIC............. W, 103-98 at Chico State*................. W, 100-95 at Nevada*.......................... L, 90-89 HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 99-93 CHICO STATE*................... W, 81-79 SAN FRANCISCO ST.*...... W, 106-93 CAL STATE HAYWARD*........ L, 81-79 * Far Western Conference games

1966-67

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (15-11, 10-4 Far Western)

at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 99-91 COLLEGE OF IDAHO........... L, 70-66 FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 88-77 Cal State Los Angeles......... L, 104-93 WESTERN WASHINGTON... L, 74-54 CHAPMAN........................ W, 76-75 FRESNO STATE.................. W, 83-76 at Willamette..................... W, 85-77 at Missouri State.................. L, 90-82 at Chico State...................... L, 78-65 at Fresno State................... L, 114-69 NEVADA*......................... W, 47-45 SONOMA STATE*................ L, 69-66 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 84-82 CHICO STATE*................... W, 99-81

at UC Davis*........................ L, 58-52 at Sonoma State*............... W, 44-43 at Humboldt State*............. W, 89-86 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 75-67 at San Francisco State*......... L, 79-72 at Nevada*........................ W, 68-66 at Chico State*................... W, 69-68 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 62-61 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 99-78 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 74-68 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 74-68 * Far Western Conference games

1967-68

Head Coach: Ev Shelton (16-10, 9-5 Far Western)

at Houston......................... L, 110-79 at Wyoming........................ L, 94-49 at Colorado State................. L, 82-66 SAINT MARY’S ................. W, 76-66 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 77-70 at Fresno State................... L, 110-71 at Cal Western................. W, 104-78 at Humboldt State............... W, 92-86 at Central Washington........ W, 89-87 FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 92-60 at Nevada*.......................... L, 90-84 CHICO STATE*................... W, 90-71 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 93-87 FRESNO STATE.................... L, 87-74 at San Francisco State*......... L, 66-63 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 73-71 SONOMA STATE*.............. W, 63-55 HUMBOLDT STATE*.......... W, 106-80 at Sonoma State*............... W, 79-77 at Humboldt State*............... L, 71-63 NEVADA*......................... W, 84-81 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... W, 62-56 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 67-60 at Chico State*................... W, 92-78 at UC Davis*........................ L, 99-74 POINT LOMA NAZARENE.. W, 84-82 * Far Western Conference games

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Head Coach: Jack Heron (13-12, 8-6 Far Western)

at Seattle............................. L, 92-82 at Western Washington........ L, 69-58 at Idaho.............................. L, 65-57 at Saint Mary’s .................... L, 90-83 vs. Lewis & Clark.............. W, 103-78 vs. Central Washington......... L, 77-66 vs. Willamette.................... W, 86-66 PORTLAND STATE.............. W, 98-83 SONOMA STATE*.............. W, 85-79 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 90-83 NEVADA*......................... W, 92-84 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 81-74 at San Francisco State*......... L, 78-63 at Pepperdine...................... L, 83-58 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 90-78 at UC Davis*........................ L, 76-61 at Chico State*..................... L, 60-58 at Nevada*.......................... L, 86-70 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 77-74 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 66-62 FRESNO PACIFIC............. W, 105-79 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 98-82 SAN FRANCISCO ST.*....... W, 62-60 at Humboldt State*............. W, 84-76 at Sonoma State*............... W, 89-83 * Far Western Conference games

1969-70

Head Coach: Jack Heron (17-11, 10-2 Far Western)

at Weber State..................... L, 59-53 at Utah State........................ L, 85-65 at Iowa State........................ L, 77-61 at Fresno State..................... L, 73-69 FRESNO STATE.................... L, 92-69 POINT LOMA NAZARENE.. W, 78-65 FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 93-62 vs. Central Washington......... L, 62-47 vs. Willamette.................... W, 66-60 vs. Humboldt State............. W, 78-71 NEBRASKA WESLEYAN..... W, 83-71 KENNEDY COLLEGE.......L, 85-82 (ot) at UC Davis*........................ L, 57-46 at Chico State*................... W, 58-53 SAN FRANCISCO ST.*....... W, 75-65 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 87-73 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 86-59 SAINT MARY’S.................. W, 77-65 at Sonoma State*............... W, 81-62 at Humboldt State*............. W, 76-56 SONOMA STATE*.............. W, 92-54 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 94-69 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 69-68 at San Francisco State*....... W, 67-61 CHICO STATE*................... W, 74-70 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 73-67 vs. Puget Sound^................. L, 67-62 vs. Boise State^.................... L, 63-61 * Far Western Conference games ^ NCAA College Division West Regionals (Tacoma, WA)

HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 65-59 at Humboldt State*............. W, 81-76 at Sonoma State*............. W, 109-62 CHICO STATE*................... W, 65-52 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 93-67 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 95-74 SAN FRANCISCO ST.*....... W, 83-70 at UC Davis*........................ L, 69-67 at Chico State*................... W, 70-64 * Far Western Conference games

1971-72

Head Coach: Jack Heron (17-9, 10-2 Far Western)

at Saint Mary’s .................... L, 79-72 at Occidental .................... W, 74-60 at Cal Poly........................... L, 75-73 at Nevada........................... L, 65-63 FRESNO PACIFIC................. L, 55-54 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE..... L, 62-58 GONZAGA....................... W, 76-74 at Cal State Bakersfield....... W, 75-71 at Fresno State..................... L, 86-59 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 96-65 SONOMA STATE*............ W, 100-61 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 74-54 at San Francisco State*......... L, 89-83 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS...... W, 81-53 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 79-56 at Cal State Bakersfield......... L, 80-68 at Cal State Stanislaus........ W, 97-80 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 78-70 CHICO STATE*................... W, 90-80 at Sonoma State*............... W, 82-67 at Humboldt State*............... L, 58-49 at Chico State*................... W, 73-66 at UC Davis*...................... W, 85-81 SAN FRANCISCO ST.*....... W, 87-63 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 82-70 CAL STATE STANISLAUS..... W, 93-83 * Far Western Conference games

1972-73

Head Coach: Jack Heron (15-9, 6-6 Far Western)

vs. Fresno State.................... L, 63-55 vs. Idaho........................... W, 77-65 vs. Gonzaga...................... W, 73-58

vs. Whitworth.................... W, 77-59 vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 48-47 vs. Cal State Bakersfield........ L, 68-64 vs. Nevada........................ W, 91-76 vs. Cal State Hayward*....L, 88-83 (ot) vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 84-65 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 78-63 vs. Sonoma State*.............. W, 74-68 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 79-70 vs. Puget Sound................... L, 67-65 vs. Southern Oregon.......... W, 71-50 vs. Southern Oregon.......... W, 63-62 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 82-66 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 99-89 vs. Cal State Hayward*......... L, 71-56 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 75-73 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 78-76 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 84-78 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 69-63 vs. Sonoma State*................ L, 90-83 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 80-72 * Far Western Conference games

1973-74

Head Coach: Jack Heron (7-16, 4-8 Far Western)

vs. Cal State Bakersfield...... W, 64-58 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 81-55 vs. Oregon.......................... L, 67-53 vs. Portland.......................... L, 96-72 vs. Puget Sound................... L, 61-48 vs. Nevada.......................... L, 96-70 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 74-53 vs. Cal State Stanislaus......... L, 75-61 vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 77-72 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 82-75 vs. Sonoma State*................ L, 74-70 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 84-75 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 77-55 vs. Saint Mary’s................... L, 99-77 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 54-49 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 71-67 vs. Sonoma State*................ L, 93-87 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 95-90 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 81-69 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 81-71 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 81-77 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 80-69 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 67-66 * Far Western Conference games

1974-75

Head Coach: Jack Heron (13-13, 4-6 Far Western)

vs. Cal State Bakersfield........ L, 64-58 vs. Westmont..................... W, 83-74 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 64-55 vs. Saint Mary’s................... L, 80-65 vs. Cal Poly.......................... L, 67-66 vs. Nevada.......................... L, 85-68 vs. Whittier...................... W, 105-66 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 62-60 vs. Alaska Fairbanks.......... W, 79-75 vs. UC San Diego............... W, 82-64 vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 80-60 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 75-69 vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 70-40 vs. Humboldt State*.......... W, 117-77 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 87-73 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 79-77 vs. Cal Poly Pomona............. L, 59-58 vs. Cal State Los Angeles...... L, 86-70 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 99-98 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 72-71 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 99-68 vs. Cal State Stanislaus....... W, 85-75 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 71-70 vs. San Francisco State*........ L, 74-62 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 78-75 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 85-83 * Far Western Conference games

1975-76

Head Coach: Jack Heron (15-11, 9-3 Far Western)

vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 96-67 vs. Saint Mary’s................. W, 84-75 vs. Portland.......................... L, 94-72 vs. Puget Sound................... L, 75-66 vs. Portland State............... L, 100-86 vs. Fresno Pacific................ W, 73-48 vs. Pacific............................ L, 80-76 vs. Alaska Fairbanks.......L, 81-70 (ot) vs. Whittier.......................... L, 85-72 vs. Macalester.................. W, 100-51 vs. Fresno State.................... L, 98-76 vs. Cal State Bakersfield........ L, 83-82

vs. Cal State Stanislaus*...... W, 71-66 vs. UC Riverside................. W, 85-84 vs. Cal Poly........................ W, 72-71 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 73-69 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 70-69 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 93-85 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 77-74 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 68-60 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 85-55 vs. Chico State*.................... L, 73-69 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 82-74 vs. San Francisco State*.... W, 107-96 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 85-80 vs. Cal State Stanislaus*........ L, 89-85 * Far Western Conference games

1976-77

Head Coach: Jack Heron (11-16, 8-4 Far Western)

vs. Fresno State.................... L, 87-85 vs. Cal State Bakersfield...... L, 108-88 vs. Saint Mary’s................... L, 90-81 vs. Cal State Hayward#........ L, 77-75 vs. Humboldt State#......... W, 103-86 vs. Fresno Pacific#................ L, 65-61 vs. Washington State............ L, 90-70 vs. Idaho............................. L, 77-67 vs. Santa Clara.................... L, 94-81 vs. Point Loma Nazarene...... L, 95-81 vs. Pacific............................ L, 85-75 vs. Puget Sound$............L, 68-65 (ot) vs. UC Irvine$.................... W, 82-59 vs. UC Riverside................. W, 82-81 vs. San Jose State................. L, 94-83 vs. UC Davis*..................... W, 76-57 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 81-66 vs. Humboldt State*.............. L, 77-60 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 71-62 vs. Cal State Hayward*....... W, 87-81 vs. Cal State Stanislaus*........ L, 78-72 vs. Humboldt State*............ W, 56-47 vs. Chico State*.................. W, 69-59 vs. Cal State Stanislaus*........ L, 76-75 vs. UC Davis*....................... L, 86-69 vs. Cal State Hayward*..... W, 113-89 vs. San Francisco State*...... W, 84-76 # Far Western Conference Preseason Tournament $ Boise State Classic (Boise, Idaho) * Far Western Conference games

1970-71

Head Coach: Jack Heron (18-8, 8-4 Far Western)

at Puget Sound..................... L, 90-72 at Seattle Pacific................... L, 58-53 at Western Washington...... W, 78-72 CAL POLY POMONA......... W, 65-59 at Fresno State..................... L, 65-56 BIOLA............................... W, 62-58 FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 82-55 at Southwest Minnesota St... W, 52-49 at Macalester..................... W, 70-60 at Whittier......................... W, 44-43 SONOMA STATE*............ W, 102-64 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 64-58 NEW MEXICO................... W, 89-75 at San Francisco State*......... L, 76-67 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 61-58 FRESNO STATE.................... L, 77-74 CAL STATE STANISLAUS..... W, 66-65

Led by all-Far Western Conference selections Nate Robinson (#24), Russ Carlson (#31) and Chuck Gulo (#40), the 197677 squad won a share of the conference title with an 8-4 record. The conference co-championship was the program’s fifth since joining the league in 1953-54. Robinson, who was the conference’s co-player of the year after averaging 14.3 points and 9.0 rebounds per game, was inducted into the program’s Hall of Fame in November of 2009.

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 73-58 CHICO STATE*................... W, 70-64 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 90-66 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... W, 64-53 vs. Chico State%................. W, 60-58 vs. San Francisco State%....... L, 75-61 ^ Chapman Tourney (Orange, CA) * Far Western Conference games % Far Western Conference Tournament

1982-83

Head Coach: Jack Heron (10-17, 5-9 NCAC)

Chris Farr had eight points and eight assists while helping Sacramento State to an 87-84 upset victory over defending Southwest Conference champion Texas A&M on Dec. 19, 1987, at Arco Arena. The Hornets, who were in the Div. II ranks at the time, buried 12 three-pointers, including seven from Alex Williams who finished with a game-high 29 points.

1977-78

Head Coaches: Jack Heron, Elmo Slider (13-14, 8-4 Far Western)

CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 74-68 vs. Humboldt State%........... W, 83-74 vs. UC Davis%...................... L, 66-65 vs. Cal State Stanislaus%... W, 103-76 CAL STATE L.A................... W, 91-71 at Oregon........................... L, 90-67 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 98-78 SOUTHERN OREGON..... W, 111-90 WESTERN WASH................ L, 75-70 vs. Cal Lutheran................. W, 91-88 vs. Southern Oregon............ L, 62-58 at Weber State..................... L, 82-74 at Wyoming...................... L, 106-88 at San Jose State.................. L, 76-69 at Cal State Stanislaus*....... W, 88-86 CHICO STATE*................... W, 82-59 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 75-59 at San Francisco State*....... W, 72-64 at Cal State Hayward*.......... L, 66-63 at Nevada........................... L, 94-58 at Humboldt State*............... L, 87-66 at Chico State*................... W, 76-53 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 53-52 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*...L, 105-97 (ot) at UC Davis*........................ L, 79-63 CAL STATE HAYWARD*.... W, 100-91 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... W, 69-66 % Far Western Conference Preseason Tournament * Far Western Conference games

1978-79

Head Coach: Elmo Slider (5-21, 3-9 Far Western)

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at Fresno State..................... L, 57-43 at Cal State Bakersfield......... L, 81-64 at Oregon........................... L, 99-44 FRESNO STATE.................... L, 45-40 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 73-62 at Cal State Los Angeles....... L, 88-65 at San Francisco.................. L, 78-59 at Missouri........................... L, 67-53 at Nebraska........................ L, 91-56 SANTA FE COLLEGE.......... W, 82-75 WESTERN WASHINGTON... L, 70-68 CAL POLY.......................L, 80-79 (ot) vs. Willamette^.................... L, 95-70 vs. Linfield^....................... W, 87-86 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*... L, 106-90

SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... W, 80-69 at Chico State*..................... L, 92-76 at Humboldt State*............... L, 69-65 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 84-74 at UC Davis*........................ L, 64-57 at San Francisco State*....... W, 65-63 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 81-64 CAL STATE HAYWARD*....L, 86-81 (ot) at Cal State Stanislaus*......... L, 99-85 HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 83-70 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 77-65 ^ Games played in Medford, OR * Far Western Conference games

1979-80

Head Coach: Jack Heron (13-14, 7-5 Far Western)

at Fresno State..................... L, 79-66 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD.... W, 77-69 at Cal Poly........................... L, 70-56 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 92-77 at Chapman........................ L, 74-72 at Washington..................... L, 94-57 at Saint Martin’s................... L, 88-62 WESTERN WASHINGTON... W, 71-66 IDAHO................................ L, 70-68 CAL POLY POMONA^......... L, 79-72 CHAMINADE.................... W, 90-75 at San Jose State.................. L, 90-46 at CS Stanislaus*.....W, 111-108 (2ot) at Humboldt State*............. W, 75-72 at Chico State*................... W, 60-59 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 86-72 at Sonoma State................... L, 93-84 at Nevada........................... L, 83-67 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*... W, 108-89 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 85-61 at San Francisco State*......... L, 60-53 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 53-52 HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 89-87 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 66-55 at UC Davis*...................... W, 77-75 SONOMA STATE............... W, 85-76 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 63-59 ^ Later forfeited by CPP, 2-0 * Far Western Conference games

1980-81

Head Coach: Jack Heron (9-18, 5-7 Far Western)

SOUTHERN OREGON....... W, 93-77 at San Jose State.................. L, 85-61

at CS Dominguez Hills.......... L, 79-53 at Cal Poly Pomona.............. L, 67-63 OREGON TECH................. W, 85-67 CAL POLY............................ L, 63-61 EASTERN MONTANA.......... L, 88-71 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE..... L, 67-55 SAINT MARTIN’S................. L, 69-62 at Cal State Bakersfield......... L, 83-66 at Pacific............................. L, 80-67 at Southern Oregon........... W, 75-69 at Oregon Tech.................... L, 70-56 SONOMA STATE................. L, 56-54 at Humboldt State*............... L, 80-63 at Chico State*..................... L, 73-63 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*... W, 52-49 at UC Davis*........................ L, 64-62 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 59-52 at San Francisco State*......... L, 53-51 at Sonoma State................. W, 71-48 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 65-62 HUMBOLDT STATE*............ W, 81-73 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*..... L, 70-63 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 73-66 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 68-57 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 68-67 * Far Western Conference games

1981-82

Head Coach: Jack Heron (12-16, 8-4 Far Western)

CAL STATE LOS ANGELES.... L, 55-54 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 70-68 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS........ L, 78-63 at Cal Poly........................... L, 70-45 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 86-52 vs. Sonoma State^.............. W, 76-60 at Chapman^...................... L, 71-56 at Fresno Pacific................... L, 67-56 SOUTHERN OREGON....... W, 84-68 OCCIDENTAL.................... W, 78-61 at Southern Oregon............. L, 68-65 at Nebraska........................ L, 93-61 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*... W, 87-77 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 81-68 at Sonoma State................... L, 61-58 at Chico State*..............W, 60-59 (ot) at Humboldt State*............... L, 59-58 at San Francisco State*......... L, 62-51 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 78-75 at Cal State Stanislaus*....... L, 103-84 SONOMA STATE............L, 67-65 (ot) at UC Davis*...................... W, 75-65

FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 93-86 HAWAI’I.............................. L, 78-73 at Southern Oregon........... W, 85-74 at Oregon Tech.................... L, 75-66 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS........ L, 89-82 at Cal State Fullerton.......... L, 104-75 at UC Riverside.................... L, 81-68 CAL POLY...................W, 72-69 (2ot) vs. Linfield College%........... W, 75-60 at Southern Oregon%........... L, 72-61 at Nevada......................... L, 115-75 SOUTHERN OREGON....... W, 64-63 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 72-68 HUMBOLDT STATE*.........L, 80-73 (ot) CS STANISLAUS*.....W, 106-104 (2ot) at San Francisco State*......... L, 78-70 CAL STATE HAYWARD*.... W, 100-76 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 77-72 at Sonoma State*................. L, 87-79 at Humboldt State*............. W, 62-59 at Chico State*..............L, 95-94 (2ot) HAWAI’I PACIFIC................. L, 83-69 at Cal State Stanislaus*..L, 96-89 (2ot) at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 87-64 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 83-68 SONOMA STATE*................ L, 79-78 at UC Davis*........................ L, 83-54 % Southern Oregon Tournament * Northern California Athletic Conference games

1983-84

Head Coach: Jack Heron (16-16, 8-6 NCAC)

at Southern Oregon ............ L, 88-83 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 59-58 at Cal Poly........................... L, 72-47 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE..... L, 59-48 OREGON TECH................. W, 77-62 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES.... W, 74-59 at BYU-Hawai’i.................... L, 79-64 at Chaminade...................... L, 74-61 at Hawai‘i-Loa................... W, 68-59 at Hawai‘i-Hilo...............L, 71-67 (ot) at Hawai‘i-Loa................... W, 73-69 at Fresno State..................... L, 73-46 UC RIVERSIDE...................... L, 77-59 CASCADE COLLEGE.......... W, 81-55 vs. Western Washington....... L, 60-57 vs. Simon Fraser................. W, 59-57 SOUTHERN OREGON....... W, 77-76 UC DAVIS*........................ W, 62-57 at Sonoma State*............... W, 66-62 at Cal State Stanislaus*......... L, 90-81 HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 71-57 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 75-67 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 59-58 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*... W, 66-59 at UC Davis*...................L, 79-77 (ot) SONOMA STATE*.............. W, 67-46 CAL STATE STANISLAUS*..... L, 85-79 at Humboldt State*............. W, 62-60 at Chico State*..................... L, 80-66 CAL STATE HAYWARD*...... W, 67-66 at San Francisco State*....... W, 67-66 at Chico State^.................... L, 95-77 * Northern California Athletic Conference games ^ NCAC Tournament

1984-85

Head Coach: Fred Lewis (7-23, 3-11 NCAC)

POMONA......................... W, 72-66

FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 72-68 CAL POLY............................ L, 69-61 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 86-71 at UC Riverside.................... L, 59-45 at Cal State Dominguez Hills.. L, 76-58 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 96-43 MANKATO STATE................ L, 99-81 at Alaska Fairbanks.........L, 66-64 (ot) at Alaska Fairbanks.............. L, 95-77 at Alaska Anchorage............ L, 81-68 at Alaska Anchorage............ L, 62-56 WESTMONT........................ L, 76-57 vs. Lewis & Clark$................ L, 76-59 vs. Dominican$................ W, 106-58 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*..... L, 69-68 at Cal State Hayward*........ W, 69-61 SONOMA STATE*.............. W, 56-55 at UC Davis*........................ L, 86-71 CONCORDIA...............W, 80-76 (ot) CAL STATE STANISLAUS*... W, 86-77 CHICO STATE*..................... L, 75-59 HUMBOLDT STATE*.............. L, 81-65 at San Francisco State*......... L, 83-82 CAL STATE HAYWARD*........ L, 68-57 at Cal State Stanislaus*......... L, 73-65 at Sonoma State*................. L, 69-68 UC DAVIS*.......................... L, 88-82 at Chico State*..................... L, 89-59 at Humboldt State*............... L, 59-52 $ Stratford Inn Classic (Ashland, Ore.) * Northern California Athletic Conference games

1985-86

Head Coach: Bill Brown (13-15)

UC DAVIS.......................... W, 76-59 at Pacific............................. L, 76-57 SIMPSON........................ W, 109-58 vs. Vanguard#................... W, 98-82 at Chapman#.................... W, 58-40 at Westmont...................... W, 78-70 at Fresno Pacific................. W, 53-51 CHAPMAN.......................... L, 75-67 UC RIVERSIDE...................... L, 63-60 at Fresno State..................... L, 89-72 CAL POLY.......................... W, 62-57 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE... W, 74-70 at Humboldt State............... W, 52-50 at Cal Poly........................... L, 57-56 at Cal State Bakersfield......... L, 91-86 OREGON TECH................... L, 65-64 at Cal State Stanislaus.......... L, 68-67 CAL STATE HAYWARD.......... L, 65-57 at Sonoma State................... L, 94-80 CHICO STATE.................... W, 72-53 UC SANTA CRUZ............... W, 94-66 at UC Davis......................... L, 83-63 at Cal State Hayward........... L, 74-72 CAL STATE STANISLAUS..... W, 77-70 SONOMA STATE................. L, 94-84 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 64-58 at Chico State...................... L, 76-65 at Oregon Tech.................... L, 82-58 # Chapman Tourney (Orange, Calif.)

1986-87

Head Coaches: Bill Brown, Joseph Anders (12-16)

CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 75-63 SONOMA STATE................. L, 91-79 at Cal State Northridge...... W, 58-56 vs. Puget Sound#............... W, 83-65 at Chapman#.................L, 74-73 (ot) UC DAVIS.......................... W, 80-72 vs. Humboldt State$........... W, 82-70 at Cal Poly$......................... L, 57-48 at Cal State Dominguez Hills.. L, 79-66 at Sonoma State................... L, 92-80 at Cal State Hayward......... W, 82-71 FRESNO PACIFIC............... W, 80-77 at Nevada......................... L, 109-86 at Fresno State..................... L, 71-51 PUGET SOUND................. W, 77-62

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1987-88

Head Coach: Joseph Anders (22-8)

vs. Azusa Pacific#.............. W, 89-81 at Cal Poly Pomona#.......... L, 104-98 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 74-64 METRO STATE.................... W, 90-81 CAL POLY.......................... W, 77-75 CAL STATE HAYWARD........ W, 80-66 vs. Hawai’i Pacific&.............. L, 98-88 vs. LaVerne&...................... W, 85-68 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS...... W, 87-81 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 88-67 CAL POLY POMONA......... W, 95-88 at Cal State Hayward....... W, 113-92 NEVADA%.......................... L, 94-87 TEXAS A&M%.................... W, 87-84 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE... W, 90-87 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 90-81 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES... W, 89-74 at Humboldt State............... W, 78-69 EMPORIA STATE............ W, 106-102 at Cal State L.A................ W, 104-93 at Cal Poly........................... L, 72-71 CHICO STATE................ W, 131-100 at Sonoma State................. W, 96-79 at Cal State Stanislaus........ W, 92-83 SONOMA STATE........... W, 118-103 at Chico State................ W, 121-111 at UC Davis....................... W, 92-78 at U.S. International......... L, 127-113 at Cal State Hayward^......... L, 96-85 vs. Cal State Bakersfield^...... L, 90-89 # Cal Poly Pomona Tournament & UC Riverside Tournament % SportsClub Classic (Arco Arena) ^ NCAA West Regional (Hayward, CA)

Players (L to R) Robert “Money” Martin, Sean Smartt, Sean McClendon and Bruce Woodard helped lead the 1987-88 team to the program’s first NCAA Div. II Tournament appearance since the 1969-70 season. The team led the nation in three-pointers made (303, 10.1 per game), shooting .418 from beyond the arc. Head coach Joesph Anders (middle) led the squad to a 22-8 mark, including a school-record average of 93.1 points per game.

1988-89

Head Coach: Joseph Anders (15-13, 5-7 Great Northwest)

CHICO STATE.................. W, 124-96 CAL STATE HAYWARD........ W, 85-76 at Sonoma State................... L, 83-71 at Chico State.................... W, 91-77 at UC Davis..................... W, 104-86 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 81-72 at Cal State Hayward........... L, 94-93 FLORIDA INT’L#............... W, 100-88 E. TENNESSEE STATE#......... L, 98-82 PUGET SOUND*................ W, 83-72 CAL STATE L.A.................. W, 108-82 at Cal State Northridge...L, 100-98 (ot) at Cal State Bakersfield....... W, 80-73 ALASKA ANCHORAGE*...... L, 94-74 METRO STATE*.................. W, 87-82 ALASKA FAIRBANKS*.. L, 112-110 (ot)

SEATTLE PACIFIC*.............. W, 94-89 EASTERN MONTANA*....... W, 89-69 SONOMA STATE............... W, 89-83 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 87-81 at Humboldt State................. L, 62-57 at Alaska Fairbanks*.......... L, 100-96 at Alaska Anchorage*.......... L, 85-70 at Seattle Pacific*............... L, 122-97 at Puget Sound*................... L, 90-70 at Metro State*..................... L, 94-76 at Eastern Montana*........... W, 63-58 at Southern Utah................ L, 109-89 # Capital City Classic (Arco Arena) * Conference game

1989-90

Head Coach: Joseph Anders (15-16, 4-6 Great Northwest)

vs. Seattle Pacific#.............. W, 76-59

at Humboldt State#............... L, 78-67 CHICO STATE...................... L, 94-89 CAL STATE HAYWARD........ W, 82-59 at Cal State L.A.................... L, 84-74 at Cal Lutheran................ W, 100-76 at UC Riverside.................... L, 86-77 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 99-83 at Chico State.................. W, 106-91 UC DAVIS%..................... W, 103-79 S. CAROLINA STATE%........ W, 92-75 at Cal State Hayward......L, 89-85 (ot) vs. Coppin State&.............. W, 87-81 at Chaminade&................. W, 79-45 vs. Maryland&..................... L, 98-68 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 66-65 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE... W, 71-65 SAN FRANCISCO STATE.... W, 80-71 at Cal Poly........................... L, 81-59 at U.S. International........... L, 117-98

The 1989-90 team won the Campbell’s Soup Capital City Classic with victories over UC Davis and South Carolina State on Dec. 15-16, 1989, at Arco Arena. The Hornets’ Mike Kane was named the tournament MVP after averaging 25.5 points and 5.5 rebounds over the two games while Tim Little was also an all-tournament selection after finishing with 25.0 points and 14.5 rebounds per game. Sacramento State hosted the event three straight years at Arco Arena from 1987-90.

at UC Davis......................... L, 81-71 EASTERN MONTANA*......... L, 73-70 METRO STATE*.................... L, 90-70 at Alaska Fairbanks*........ W, 102-87 at Alaska Anchorage*........ L, 121-75 SEATTLE PACIFIC*.............. W, 99-86 at Metro State*..................... L, 89-79 at Eastern Montana*........... L, 103-87 at Seattle Pacific*................. L, 85-75 ALASKA ANCH.*..........W, 99-93 (ot) ALASKA FAIRBANKS*........ W, 97-75 # Humboldt State Tournament % Capital City Classic (Arco Arena) & Chaminade Christmas Classic * Conference game

1990-91

Head Coach: Joseph Anders (11-15)

vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville%.. L, 102-80 vs. Johnson C. Smith%.......... L, 90-80 at Cal Poly Pomona............ W, 99-83 HUMBOLDT STATE............. W, 72-58 METRO STATE.................L, 80-79 (ot) CS HAYWARD..............W, 80-78 (ot) CAL STATE L.A................... W, 90-76 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 80-72 at CS Bakersfield.................. L, 83-55 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock$....... L, 67-60 vs. Mississippi Valley St.$.... W, 79-56 at Washington State........... L, 101-65 CAL POLY POMONA........... L, 93-86 UC RIVERSIDE...................... L, 86-81 CAL POLY.......................... W, 73-68 at Cal State Hayward......... W, 85-77 at San Francisco State.......... L, 83-70 at Seattle Pacific................... L, 90-81 GRAND CANYON............ W, 70-67 at CS Northridge................. L, 92-83 at UC Davis......................... L, 89-71 at Metro State.................... L, 122-92 at Southern Utah.............. L, 132-105 SEATTLE PACIFIC................ W, 95-78 at Grand Canyon................. L, 76-64 at U.S. International......... W, 103-93 % North Alabama Tournament $ Marquette Tournament

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Head Coach: Joseph Anders (4-24)

at Idaho.......................... L, 116-101 at Fresno State..................... L, 92-72 NORTHERN ARIZONA......... L, 86-80 at USC.............................. L, 107-94 at UC Santa Barbara.......... L, 101-65 at Boise State#..................... L, 87-60 vs. Idaho State#..............L, 85-80 (ot) IDAHO...........................L, 91-88 (ot) at Marquette........................ L, 79-35 UNC-GREENSBORO............ L, 72-63 at Washington State............. L, 97-63 BALL STATE.......................... L, 83-60 DRAKE.............................. W, 60-58 at Oregon State................. L, 104-89 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 98-59 UW-MILWAUKEE...... W, 110-106 (2ot) at Montana State................ L, 104-84 at Ball State......................... L, 87-66 at Northern Arizona............. L, 71-68 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 82-73 at UC Davis......................... L, 82-75 CHICAGO STATE............... W, 92-87 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE..... L, 83-77 at Wisc-Milwaukee............... L, 89-61 at Chicago State.............L, 95-86 (ot) UC DAVIS.......................... W, 82-71 NORTHEAST ILLINOIS.......... L, 79-63 SOUTHERN UTAH................ L, 79-73 # Boise State Tournament

1992-93

Head Coach: Don Newman (3-24)

at California........................ L, 89-65 at Utah................................ L, 74-45 at Drake.............................. L, 86-65 at Portland........................... L, 83-55 at Stanford.......................... L, 68-33 MONTANA......................... L, 53-38 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT....... L, 66-61 UC SANTA BARBARA.......... L, 64-57 MONTANA STATE............... L, 72-53 at Idaho.............................. L, 81-61 at Washington State............. L, 87-56 BOISE STATE........................ L, 83-69 NORTHERN ARIZONA......... L, 78-71 SAINT MARY’S.................. W, 63-62 PORTLAND.......................... L, 63-59 at UNC-Greensboro............. L, 62-61 at UNC-Wilmington............. L, 73-60 at Nebraska........................ L, 86-70 at Wisc-Milwaukee............... L, 96-44 at Southern Utah.................. L, 87-68 at Northern Arizona............. L, 68-64 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 80-73 IDAHO................................ L, 76-71 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE... W, 63-60 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 82-76 at Brigham Young.............. L, 128-78 WISC-MILWAUKEE.............. L, 78-76

1993-94

Head Coach: Don Newman (1-26)

at Montana.......................... L, 76-36 at Montana State.................. L, 85-57 at Pacific............................. L, 91-64 NORTHERN ARIZONA....... W, 80-76 at Northeastern Illinois ......... L, 76-61 SAN FRANCISCO................ L, 99-84 at USC................................ L, 84-64 SANTA CLARA.................... L, 74-56 TOLEDO.............................. L, 87-62 BUTLER................................ L, 60-58 IDAHO................................ L, 66-45 at Northern Arizona............. L, 83-59 at San Francisco.................. L, 98-56 at Alabama-Birmingham...... L, 88-46 at Tulane.............................. L, 97-48 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 87-67 IDAHO STATE...................... L, 91-80 at Boise State....................... L, 83-76 at Colorado......................... L, 80-56 at Southern Utah.................. L, 85-60

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CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE..... L, 84-67 at Eastern Washington.......... L, 88-78 at Idaho.............................. L, 72-47 at Cal State Northridge........ L, 90-54 at Loyola Marymount........... L, 73-71 SOUTHERN UTAH................ L, 81-63 at San Diego....................... L, 95-65

1994-95

Head Coach: Don Newman (6-21, 2-4 American West)

PACIFIC............................... L, 68-59 at Minnesota...................... L, 102-84 at Saint Louis....................... L, 90-49 SAN DIEGO STATE.............. L, 67-61 at USC................................ L, 93-54 MONTANA STATE............... L, 77-60 at Toledo............................. L, 74-64 at Idaho State...................... L, 89-59 FAIRFIELD^.......................... L, 78-63 GRAMBLING^................... W, 74-68 COLUMBIA........................ W, 77-68 at Butler............................... L, 90-62 at Loyola-Chicago.............. W, 68-56 GONZAGA....................L, 77-72 (ot) at Idaho.............................. L, 87-72 at Eastern Washington........ W, 68-67 at Tulane.............................. L, 85-73 at CS Northridge*................ L, 85-68 at Cal Poly*....................... W, 74-64 at Santa Clara..................... L, 82-53 CAL POLY*........................ W, 75-56 SAINT MARY’S.................... L, 75-57 at Southern Utah*................ L, 93-64 CS NORTHRIDGE*............... L, 75-73 EASTERN WASHINGTON.... L, 69-64 SOUTHERN UTAH*.............. L, 89-55 vs. Cal State Northridge#..... L, 86-81 ^ Holiday Classic (Arco Arena) * American West Conference games # American West Conference Tourney

1995-96

Head Coach: Don Newman (7-20, 2-4 American West)

SAN DIEGO.................L, 84-80 (2ot) MONTANA......................... L, 75-70 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 51-50 NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR.. W, 69-59 at Fairfield........................... L, 75-60 at Georgetown................... L, 113-58 IDAHO STATE.................... W, 82-77 at Arizona State................... L, 85-73 MINNESOTA....................... L, 86-63 GEORGE WASHINGTON^... L, 98-81 OLD DOMINION^..........L, 69-62 (ot) at Idaho State...............W, 77-74 (ot) at Montana State.................. L, 90-47 at Gonzaga......................... L, 66-44 CREIGHTON........................ L, 74-67 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 87-75 CAL POLY*........................ L, 102-86 at San Diego State .............. L, 85-55 at CS Northridge*................ L, 71-62 at Cal Poly*......................... L, 79-63 at Oral Roberts.................... L, 78-66 EASTERN WASH.................. L, 73-65 at Southern Utah*................ L, 87-59 SOUTHERN UTAH*............ W, 82-70 CS NORTHRIDGE*............. W, 83-66 NORTHERN ARIZONA....... W, 71-66 vs. Cal Poly#........................ L, 73-66 ^ Holiday Classic (Arco Arena) * American West Conference games # American West Conference Tourney

at Creighton........................ L, 59-42 at Pacific............................. L, 95-50 PACIFIC............................... L, 73-47 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 69-61 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 60-59 at CS Northridge*................ L, 99-64 at Idaho State*..................... L, 79-43 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 93-77 MONTANA*........................ L, 81-51 ORAL ROBERTS................... L, 78-55 at Montana State*................ L, 83-66 WEBER STATE* ................... L, 72-67 at Portland State*................. L, 53-47 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 97-83 at Montana*........................ L, 95-51 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 84-66 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 58-55 CS NORTHRIDGE*..........L, 93-90 (ot) at Weber State*................... L, 97-66 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 99-62 # Colorado State Ram Classic * Big Sky Conference games

1997-98

Head Coach: Tom Abatemarco (1-25, 0-16 Big Sky)

USC.................................... L, 79-40 NORTHERN ILLINOIS......L, 70-60 (ot) at Pacific............................. L, 68-34 at Oregon State................... L, 89-56 UC DAVIS............................ L, 66-59 at Houston........................... L, 57-43 at Lamar.............................. L, 74-62 at San Jose State.................. L, 60-49 CAL POLY.......................... W, 73-70 at Minnesota...................... L, 100-56 EASTERN WASH.*............... L, 77-71 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 65-52 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE*... L, 72-64 IDAHO STATE*..............L, 92-91 (2ot) at Montana*........................ L, 52-50 at Montana State*................ L, 74-56 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 86-66 at Weber State*................... L, 89-54 at Portland State*................. L, 79-67 at Eastern Washington*...L, 75-73 (ot) MONTANA*........................ L, 61-51 at Idaho State*..................... L, 79-72 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 86-49 at Cal State Northridge*..... L, 117-65 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 92-52 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 88-52 * Big Sky Conference games

1998-99

Head Coach: Tom Abatemarco (3-23, 3-13 Big Sky)

LAMAR............................... L, 85-81 SAINT MARY’S.................... L, 66-52 at Cal Poly........................... L, 99-56 PACIFIC............................... L, 62-49 at Fresno State................... L, 110-73 HOUSTON.......................... L, 63-61 SAN JOSE STATE................. L, 59-56 at New Mexico.................. L, 102-71 at Northern Illinois............... L, 73-58 at Minnesota........................ L, 98-57 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 81-76 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 75-60 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 87-42 at Portland State*................. L, 68-61 at Cal State Northridge*....... L, 84-68 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 57-54 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 89-69 MONTANA*...................... W, 60-57 at Montana State*................ L, 80-43 at Weber State*................... L, 91-50 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 63-62 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 66-62 at Montana*........................ L, 78-50 at Idaho State*..................... L, 71-66 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 71-61 CS NORTHRIDGE*............... L, 99-65 * Big Sky Conference games

1999-00

Head Coach: Tom Abatemarco (9-18, 3-13 Big Sky)

MENLO ............................ W, 69-43 SOUTHERN UTAH.............. W, 65-58 at Nevada......................... W, 65-57 vs. The Citadel^................. W, 74-61 at San Francisco^................ L, 70-35 NEVADA........................... W, 59-56 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 64-55 at Stanford.......................... L, 78-56 at Houston........................... L, 72-70 COLORADO STATE#............ L, 69-53 PORTLAND....................... W, 62-59 NORTHERN ARIZONA*..... W, 65-52 at Weber State*................... L, 82-62 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 64-61 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 72-70 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE*... L, 76-57 at Idaho State*..................... L, 72-61

at Montana*...................L, 59-47 (ot) at Montana State*................ L, 64-61 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 70-54 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 88-72 at Portland State*................. L, 80-65 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 74-67 MONTANA*........................ L, 80-57 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 74-71 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 88-65 at Cal State Northridge*....... L, 81-57 ^ NW Mutual Classic (San Francisco) # Played at Arco Arena * Big Sky Conference games

2000-01

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (5-22, 2-14 Big Sky)

BETHANY ....................... W, 103-84 SAINT MARY’S.................. W, 75-61 at Colorado State................. L, 73-46 at San Diego State............... L, 91-69 at Southern Utah.................. L, 85-71 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT#..... L, 78-59 at Portland........................... L, 75-55 SAN JOSE STATE#............... L, 83-58 at Washington State............. L, 75-63 MENLO ............................ W, 87-69 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 65-55 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE*... L, 95-82 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 81-70 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 66-53 UC RIVERSIDE.................L, 90-88 (ot) at Eastern Washington*........ L, 67-57 at Portland State*................. L, 81-77 at Cal State Northridge*..... L, 100-73 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 71-67 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 70-62 MONTANA*........................ L, 67-66 at Montana State*................ L, 98-82 at Weber State*................... L, 98-88 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 77-60 EASTERN WASH.*............... L, 80-68 at Montana*........................ L, 84-67 at Idaho State*................... L, 107-79 # Played at Arco Arena * Big Sky Conference games

2001-02

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (9-19, 3-11 Big Sky)

vs. Old Dominion^............... L, 69-52 vs. Wofford^....................... L, 56-46 MENLO............................. W, 81-65

1996-97

Head Coach: Don Newman (3-23, 2-14 Big Sky)

at Northern Arizona........... W, 75-65 SAINT MARY’S.................... L, 69-60 at Montana.......................... L, 69-45 at UC Davis......................... L, 74-50 at Colorado State#............... L, 89-45 vs. Texas-San Antonio#......... L, 68-54

The 2002-03 squad became the first Sacramento State team to reach the Big Sky Conference Tournament since the program joined the league in 1996-97. The Hornets upset Montana in the quarterfinal round in Missoula, 88-75, before falling at Weber State in the semifinals. The team was led by first team all-conference performer Derek Lambeth (13.0 points per game).

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2008-09

Head Coach: Brian Katz (2-27, 1-15 Big Sky)

The 2005-06 squad won a Div. I era program-record 15 games and advanced to the semifinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament. The Hornets, who were led by first team all-conference performers DaShawn Freeman (bottom row, fourth from left) and Alex Bausley (back row, far left), began the season by winning 13 of their first 18 games. at San Jose State.................. L, 62-60 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 78-64 SOUTHERN UTAH.............. W, 72-61 CS FULLERTON.............W, 85-79 (ot) at Loyola Marymount........... L, 95-77 at Cal State Fullerton.....L, 106-97 (ot) LIPSCOMB......................... W, 86-76 at UC Riverside.................. L, 100-66 IDAHO................................ L, 75-63 TEXAS A&M-C.C............... W, 82-69 DOMINICAN..................... W, 91-73 at Idaho State*..................... L, 87-79 at Weber State*................... L, 86-83 NORTHERN ARIZONA*..... W, 81-63 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 78-56 MONTANA*........................ L, 88-78 at Portland State*................. L, 86-83 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 87-67 WEBER STATE*...............L, 76-72 (ot) IDAHO STATE*................... W, 90-80 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 90-70 at Montana*........................ L, 86-53 at Montana State*................ L, 80-70 EASTERN WASH.*............... L, 81-71 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 74-67 ^ Guardians Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) * Big Sky Conference games

2002-03

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (12-17, 5-9 Big Sky)

at Loyola Marymount........... L, 88-55 DOMINICAN..................... W, 62-47 at Southern Utah.................. L, 74-68 at Missouri........................... L, 98-60 SAN FRANCISCO.............. W, 62-57 at Cal Poly......................... W, 73-66 SAN JOSE STATE............... W, 72-70 OREGON STATE.................. L, 62-49 CAL STATE FULLERTON........ L, 62-54 at Idaho.............................. L, 81-62 at Fresno State..................... L, 91-53 at Lipscomb....................... W, 83-71 at Portland State*................. L, 65-52 at Northern Ariz.*.......W, 85-81 (2ot) at Texas A&M-C.C............. W, 84-80 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 75-41 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 67-62 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 65-53 at Montana State*.............. W, 72-66 at Montana*........................ L, 66-59 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 63-45 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 77-71 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 72-58 at Weber State*................... L, 88-65 at Idaho State*..................... L, 90-83

MONTANA*........................ L, 77-71 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 72-52 at Montana#...................... W, 88-75 at Weber State#................... L, 82-60 * Big Sky Conference games # Big Sky Conference Tournament

2003-04

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (13-15, 7-7 Big Sky)

at Stanford.......................... L, 77-59 DOMINICAN..................... W, 76-65 at Cal State Fullerton.....W, 78-71 (ot) WILLIAM JESSUP............... W, 89-45 at Cal Poly........................... L, 76-60 at New Mexico.................... L, 77-63 SAINT MARY’S.................... L, 88-74 at San Jose State.............L, 85-77 (ot) UC IRVINE......................... W, 64-56 at Oregon State................... L, 76-73 LONG BEACH STATE......... W, 73-51 UC RIVERSIDE.................... W, 66-55 at San Francisco.................. L, 60-47 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 80-73 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 76-64 EASTERN WASH.*............... L, 68-62 at Idaho State*..................... L, 82-81 at Weber State*................... L, 65-54 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 77-71 MONTANA*...................... W, 76-67 at Northern Arizona*....... W, 110-97 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 83-57 at Portland State*................. L, 69-65 WEBER STATE*.................. W, 64-61 IDAHO STATE*................... W, 84-70 at Montana*........................ L, 80-69 at Montana State*.............. W, 80-74 WEBER STATE#.................... L, 68-62 * Big Sky Conference games # Big Sky Conference Tournament

2004-05

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (12-16, 8-6 Big Sky)

at Michigan......................... L, 70-49 SOUTHERN UTAH.............. W, 74-67 at Long Beach State.............. L, 87-63 UC DAVIS.......................L, 72-63 (ot) at UC Irvine......................... L, 81-69 SAN FRANCISCO................ L, 75-70 at Fresno State..................... L, 72-54 at Saint Mary’s..................... L, 73-38 at UC Riverside.................... L, 82-74 GREAT FALLS..................... W, 71-49 at Oregon State................... L, 86-59

UTAH VALLEY.................... W, 71-69 at Portland State*................. L, 79-69 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 44-41 IDAHO STATE*................... W, 61-59 WEBER STATE*.................. W, 78-72 at Montana State*................ L, 67-64 at Montana*........................ L, 82-74 WILLIAM JESSUP............... W, 88-59 NORTHERN ARIZONA*..... W, 92-88 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 83-72 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 71-66 at Weber State*................... L, 57-55 at Idaho State*..............W, 99-97 (ot) MONTANA*...................... W, 83-80 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 70-68 at Northern Arizona*......... W, 87-86 WEBER STATE#.................... L, 74-71 * Big Sky Conference games # Big Sky Conference Tournament

2005-06

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (15-15, 5-9 Big Sky)

vs. Samford^....................... L, 52-49 vs. Southern^................W, 67-64 (ot) at Nevada........................... L, 82-74 WILLIAM JESSUP............. W, 100-61 at San Francisco................ W, 85-78 at UC Davis....................... W, 72-67 at Utah Valley.................L, 71-69 (ot) LONG BEACH STATE....... W, 106-94 SAN DIEGO CHRISTIAN.... W, 64-55 at Boise State....................... L, 70-61 at Southern Utah................ W, 76-68 CAL POLY.......................... W, 80-59 at UCLA.............................. L, 86-56 DENVER............................ W, 79-65 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 76-60 EASTERN WASH.*............. W, 88-69 at Idaho State*............... W, 107-106 at Weber State*................. W, 73-66 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 78-75 MONTANA*........................ L, 73-71 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 89-83 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 87-75 at Portland State*............... W, 68-65 WEBER STATE*...............L, 76-73 (ot) IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 72-71 at Montana*........................ L, 84-79 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 92-72 at Montana State*................ L, 75-70 at Montana State#.............. W, 71-70 at Northern Arizona#........... L, 98-83 ^ - Guardians Classic (Austin, Texas) * Big Sky Conference games # Big Sky Conference Tournament

2006-07

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (10-19, 5-11 Big Sky)

BETHANY........................ W, 107-73 at New Mexico.................... L, 92-56 SAN FRANCISCO................ L, 89-64 at Denver........................... W, 74-53 at Washington..................... L, 83-74 WILLIAM JESSUP............... W, 93-58 UC DAVIS........................ W, 100-77 at Illinois State...................... L, 86-69 at Louisville.......................... L, 99-69 PACIFIC........................W, 74-72 (ot) at Long Beach State.............. L, 76-55 at Boise State....................... L, 99-69 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 96-82 at Northern Colorado*....... W, 74-70 MONTANA*...................... W, 80-72 IDAHO STATE*..................... L, 73-58 at Weber State*................... L, 88-68 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 94-71 at Cal Poly........................... L, 74-65 EASTERN WASH.*............. L, 100-85 PORTLAND STATE*............. W, 97-93 NORTHERN COLORADO*... L, 84-81 at Idaho State*..................... L, 85-62 at Montana*........................ L, 76-69 at Montana State*................ L, 74-59 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 90-82 at Portland State*............... L, 100-73 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 80-72 WEBER STATE*................ W, 105-83 * Big Sky Conference games

2007-08

Head Coach: Jerome Jenkins (4-24, 2-14 Big Sky)

at Kansas State.................... L, 94-63 SIMPSON........................ W, 104-71 SOUTHERN UTAH................ L, 57-53 at San Francisco.................. L, 93-63 at Pacific............................. L, 75-62 SANTA CLARA.................... L, 77-65 at Stanford.......................... L, 84-58 WILLIAM JESSUP............... W, 72-54 at Oregon........................... L, 93-66 at Marquette........................ L, 82-51 at Northern Colorado*......... L, 74-60 at Portland State*................. L, 83-58 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 76-52 MONTANA STATE*............ W, 78-77 MONTANA*........................ L, 76-69 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD...... L, 73-61 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 80-69

at Fresno State..................... L, 77-65 at UC Riverside.................... L, 61-49 at Washington State............. L, 76-55 at Cal State Bakersfield......... L, 72-62 IDAHO................................ L, 72-58 UC DAVIS.......................... W, 82-70 at Santa Clara..................... L, 51-32 UTAH VALLEY...................... L, 64-44 at New Mexico State............ L, 76-65 at Wyoming........................ L, 93-70 GEORGE WASHINGTON..... L, 59-47 at Southern Utah.................. L, 76-51 PACIFIC............................... L, 70-51 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 79-67 EASTERN WASH.*............... L, 87-74 at Montana State*................ L, 61-42 at Montana*........................ L, 80-63 at Northern Colorado*......... L, 91-73 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 89-64 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 67-59 IDAHO STATE*................... W, 72-69 NORTHERN COLORADO*... L, 66-59 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 67-46 at Portland State*................. L, 59-42 MONTANA*........................ L, 60-48 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 69-54 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 68-58 at Idaho State*..................... L, 74-39 at Weber State*................... L, 97-61 * Big Sky Conference games

2009-10

Head Coach: Brian Katz (2-27, 1-15 Big Sky)

at Rice%.............................. L, 81-51 vs. Houston Baptist%........... W, 70-60 vs. South Alabama%............ L, 70-58 BETHANY.......................... W, 90-75 at Oregon State................. W, 65-63 at Idaho.............................. L, 75-61 UC RIVERSIDE...................... L, 59-58 at UC Davis....................... W, 59-57 WEBER STATE*.................... L, 80-65 at USC................................ L, 51-36 at Pacific............................. L, 79-49 IDAHO STATE*................... W, 64-63 WILLIAM JESSUP............... W, 74-42 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT....... L, 82-78 at Eastern Washington*........ L, 79-75 at Portland State*................. L, 94-66 SEATTLE............................ W, 80-67 MONTANA*........................ L, 57-56 MONTANA STATE*.............. L, 58-53 at Northern Colorado*......... L, 79-65 at Northern Arizona*........... L, 75-71 at Weber State*................... L, 81-59 at Idaho State*................... W, 72-55 PORTLAND STATE*............... L, 76-62 EASTERN WASHINGTON*... W, 74-67 at Seattle............................. L, 98-67 at Montana State*................ L, 80-74 at Montana*........................ L, 86-58 NORTHERN ARIZONA*....... L, 73-59 NORTHERN COLORADO*... L, 78-66 % Rice Challenge (Houston, Texas) * Big Sky Conference games

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2010-11 SACRAMENTO STATE BASKETBALL SERIES RECORDS Alabama-Birmingham.............0-1 Alaska Anchorage..................1-5 Alaska Fairbanks....................3-5 Arizona State..........................0-1 Arkansas-Little Rock.................0-2 Arkansas State........................0-1 Azusa Pacific..........................1-0 Ball State................................0-2 Bethany..................................3-0 Biola......................................3-0 Boise State..............................0-6 BYU.......................................0-1 BYU-Hawai’i...........................0-1 Butler.....................................0-2 Cal Lutheran...........................2-0 Cal Poly.............................15-28 Cal Poly Pomona.....................6-6 Cal State Bakersfield..............4-17 Cal State Dominguez Hills........2-5 Cal State Fullerton...................5-6 Cal State Hayward..............43-20 Cal State L.A...........................7-9 Cal State Northridge.............7-29 Cal State Stanislaus.............21-14 Cal Western............................1-0 California...............................0-2 Calvin College........................1-0 Cascade College.....................1-0 Central Washington................1-4 Chaminade.............................2-1 Chapman.............................2-12 Chicago State.........................1-1 Chico State.........................45-43 College of Idaho.....................0-1 Colorado................................0-1 Colorado State........................0-4 Columbia...............................1-0 Concordia..............................1-0 Coppin State...........................1-0 Creighton...............................0-2 Denver...................................2-1 Dominican..............................4-0 Drake.....................................1-1 East Tennessee State................1-0 Eastern Montana.....................2-3 Eastern Washington..............8-24 Emporia State.........................1-0 Fairfield..................................0-2 Florida International................1-0 Fresno Pacific........................24-4 Fresno State..........................9-40 George Washington................0-2 Georgetown...........................0-1 Gonzaga................................2-2 Grambling..............................1-0 Grand Canyon........................1-1 Great Falls..............................1-0 Hawai’i-Hilo...........................0-1 Hawai’i-Loa............................2-0

Hawai’i..................................0-1 Hawai’i Pacific........................0-2 Houston..................................0-4 Houston Baptist.......................1-0 Humboldt State...................60-29 Idaho...................................1-14 Idaho State.........................12-23 Illinois State............................0-1 Indiana State..........................0-1 Iowa State..............................0-1 Johnson C. Smith....................0-1 Kansas State...........................0-1 Kennedy College.....................0-1 Lamar....................................0-2 LaVerne..................................2-0 Lewis & Clark..........................3-4 Linfield...................................4-0 Lipscomb................................2-0 Long Beach State.....................6-5 Louisville.................................0-1 Loyola Marymount..................0-6 Loyola-Chicago.......................1-0 Macalester..............................2-0 Mankato State........................0-1 Marquette...............................0-2 Maryland...............................0-1 Menlo....................................3-0 Metro State.............................2-5 Michigan................................0-1 Minnesota..............................0-4 Mississippi Valley State............1-0 Missouri.................................0-2 Missouri State.........................0-1 Montana..............................5-28 Montana State....................12-23 Mount Saint Mary’s.................0-1 Nebraska...............................0-3 Nebraska Wesleyan................2-0 Nevada..............................19-39 New Mexico...........................1-3 New Mexico State...................0-1 Northeastern Illinois................0-2 Northern Arizona.................9-28 Northern Colorado..................2-6 Northern Illinois......................0-2 Notre Dame de Namur............1-0 Occidental..............................4-0 Old Dominion.........................0-2 Oral Roberts...........................0-2 Oregon..................................0-5 Oregon State..........................1-5 Oregon Tech...........................2-5 Pacific..................................9-29 Pacific University.....................2-2 Pepperdine.............................1-1 Point Loma Nazarene............2-10 Pomona College......................2-0 Portland.................................1-8 Portland State.......................9-21

Puget Sound...........................3-8 Redlands................................4-2 Rice........................................0-1 Saint Louis..............................0-1 Saint Martin’s..........................0-2 Saint Mary’s.........................7-27 Samford.................................0-1 San Diego..............................0-3 San Diego Christian................1-0 San Diego State......................1-4 San Francisco.........................3-9 San Francisco State.............40-41 San Jose State.......................2-18 Santa Clara............................0-6 Santa Fe College.....................1-0 Seattle....................................1-2 Seattle Pacific..........................5-5 Simon Fraser..........................1-0 Simpson.................................2-0 South Alabama.......................0-1 South Carolina State................1-0 Sonoma State.....................22-16 Southwest Minnesota State.......1-0 Southern.................................1-0 Southern Oregon..................12-4 Southern Utah.......................6-13 Stanford.................................0-4 Texas A&M.............................1-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville..............0-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.......2-0 Texas-San Antonio..................0-1 The Citadel.............................1-0 Toledo....................................0-2

Tulane....................................0-2 UC Davis............................63-42 UC Irvine................................2-1 UC Riverside.........................4-12 UC San Diego.........................1-0 UC Santa Barbara...................0-4 UC Santa Cruz........................2-0 UCLA.....................................0-1 UNC-Greensboro....................0-2 UNC-Wilmington....................0-1 UNLV.....................................0-1 U.S. International....................1-2 USC.......................................0-5 Utah.......................................0-1 Utah State..............................1-2 Utah Valley.............................1-2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee..............1-0 Valparaiso..............................1-0 Vanguard...............................1-0 Washington............................0-2 Washington State....................1-6 Weber State..........................4-29 West Virginia State..................0-1 Western Washington...............2-6 Westmont...............................2-2 Whittier..................................3-2 Whitworth..............................1-0 Willamette..............................7-5 William Jessup........................6-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee..............0-3 Wofford.................................0-1 Wyoming...............................0-3

Tom Brian drives in for a layup in the Hornets’ 45-44 home victory over Washington State on Dec. 17, 1953. The victory against the Cougars that day marked Sacramento State’s only win against a Pacific-10 Conference opponent until the Hornets defeated Oregon State on Nov. 21, 2009. Brian finished the year with a team-best average of 11.1 points per game.

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